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Adobe Captivate 7: Beyond the Essentials by Kevin Siegel

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Combining Projects

The ideal play time for published Captivate lessons is approximately five minutes. A lesson that plays much longer runs the risk of losing the learner, thanks to any number of distractions prevalent in today’s hectic world. On the other hand, shorter isn’t necessarily better. If the lesson doesn’t contain enough “meat,” you will likely find that your learners resent that you had them start the lesson. If the lesson doesn’t contain enough slides to engage the learner for a least a few minutes, you should consider either not including the lesson in the course or combining the lesson with another lesson. The two projects that you have been playing with over the past few activities (CreatingRenamingFolders and RenameFolder) ...

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