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Mastering Adobe Captivate 2017 - Fourth Edition by Damien Bruyndonckx, Dr. Pooja Jaisingh

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Adding Fluid Boxes

Let's take a deep dive into learning how to add Fluid Boxes, change their properties, and further add content to these Fluid Boxes.

  1. If you still have the project open from the last exercise, close it. Then, open the Chapter10/FluidBoxes.cptx file.
  2. Go to Slide 3. You can start adding Fluid Boxes to this blank slide.
  3. On the Toolbar, click FluidBox. It gives you the option of selecting either a Horizontal or Vertical flow based on your screen layout requirements. Let's select Vertical in this example.
  4. Now select the number of Fluid Boxes you wish to add. You can add up to 10 Fluid Boxes in each direction on the slide. Let's select 3 boxes here:
  1. This creates one main Fluid Box on the screen, with three child Fluid Boxes. ...

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