The Power of Multi-State Objects in Adobe Captivate 9

By November 16, 2015Blog posts

Gone are the days when you had to use multiple objects and advanced actions to depict changing the state of an object in Adobe Captivate.

Here comes Adobe Captivate 9, with the power of multi-state objects. You can now convert any interactive or non-interactive object to a multi-state object. This will immensely help you in developing interactive content easily without using multiple objects, or “hide and show” techniques in a single project or slide.

You can add any number of custom states to both interactive and non-interactive objects. And for the interactive objects, you can also configure inbuilt states like normal, rollover, and down states for buttons; and dragstart, dragover, dropcorrect, dropincorrect, etc. inbuilt states for objects in drag and drop interactions, which are automatically triggered with the object actions.

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About Dr. Pooja Jaisingh

Pooja Jaisingh, the founder and chief learning geek at LearninGeeks, leads the design and delivery of eLearning and training solutions. She holds a master’s degree in education and economics and a doctorate in educational technology. In addition, she is CPLP, ACE (Adobe Captivate), and COTP certified. She has created several award-winning eLearning courses and eBooks, and regularly conducts workshops and training courses on eLearning tools and techniques. Pooja has authored several courses on Adobe Captivate and Captivate Prime for Lynda.com and LinkedIn Learning. She also teaches Captivate courses at IconLogic. Prior to starting her own company, she has worked as a teacher trainer, instructional designer, and senior Adobe elearning evangelist.

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