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Edit slides

Overview

A slide is the basic unit of a project and Adobe Captivate lets you manipulate every aspect of a slide. This control provides you maximum flexibility to cater to different types of projects you want to create in Adobe Captivate.

Some of the slide properties you can edit include slide background, master slide association, duration, transition effects, and audio. To view the complete list of properties, click the slide in the Filmstrip and see the Property Inspector.

In addition to editing the properties of the slide, you can also enhance the content on the slides by adding objects, animations, and widgets to the slide.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to get started with editing the slide properties.

Procedure

  1. In the Filmstrip, click the slide that you want to edit. The Property Inspector displays the current properties of the slide.


    Slide Property Inspector

  2. Edit the properties as required. Here are a few examples:

    • To label the slide, type a name in the Label field.
    • To assign a master slide, select a master slide in the Master Slide list.
    • To add transition effects to the slide, select an effect from the Transition list.
    • To specify the navigation options, choose the actions from the On Enter and On Exit lists.

    For detailed information on the properties, see Adobe Captivate online help.

Summary

Use the Property Inspector of the slide to edit its properties such as the name, transition effects, and background.

 

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