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Mastering Adobe Captivate 6 by Damien Bruyndonckx

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Branching with Click Boxes

We will now use the Click Box object in a completely different situation and have yet another approach of the Branching concept.

  1. Return to the Chapter04/drivingInBe.cptx file. Use the Filmstrip to go to slide 5.

    This slide asks a question to the student and provides two possible answers. In the next exercise, we will add a Click Box on top of each of the possible answers. If the user clicks on the first answer, slide 7 and 8 should appear with feedback specific to the first answer, then the user should be taken to slide 9 where a second question is asked. If the user clicks on the second answer, slide 6 should be displayed followed by slide 9 where a second question is asked.

  2. Use Insert | Standard Objects | Click Box

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