How to Create Multi-Module Branched Course With Adobe Captivate 2019

How to Create Multi-Module Branched Course With Adobe Captivate 2019

In this blog we are going to demonstrate, how to design a multi-module course with Adobe Captivate 2019. The process involves the use of branching logic, a few variables, and advanced actions. Let’s look at the steps:

Step 1:
From the Slides menu, select Asset Library…

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Step 2:
Select Aspire branching…

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Step 3:
Select All Slides from the top menu, then press Insert Slides as shown in the screenshot.

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Step 4:
Now you can see COURSE TOPICS slide with topic buttons.

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Step 5:
As shown below, select the Quiz button and hide the Eye icon.

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Step 6:
Add the custom navigation buttons (Next and Back).

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Step 7:
Select the Next button and hide the Eye icon.

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Step 8:
For creating new variables, Select variables….. From Project menu.

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Step 9:
As shown below, give the variable a unique name
(Topic 1) and set the Value to “0“.
(Topic 2) and set the Value to “0“.
(Topic 3) and set the Value to “0“.

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Step 10:
Now, select Topic 1 button and follow the actions as shown in the image.

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Actions field:

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ELSE Field:

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The same procedure applies to all the topics:

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Step 11:
Add an action to the branching slide “On Enter” as highlighted below.
IF: Condition
Topic1 is equal to 1.
Topic2 is equal to 1.
Topic3 is equal to 1.

Actions:

Show Quiz button
Show Slide2_next
Hide Slide2_Img

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ELSE Field:

Show Slide2_Img
Hide Slide2_next
Hide Quiz button

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Step 12:
On the topic end screen, add an action to the next button to jump to the branching screen.

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The same procedure applies to all the topics that has a next button.

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Here is the sample Output File:

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