Damien Bruyndonckx
Company owner @ DiDaXo / elearning specialist

10 Tips and tricks to jump start your Captivate 6 experience

Web Link Published 1/28/13 Last updated on 2/28/20
Knowing Captivate 6 as a piece of software is not enough to actually produce professional eLearning content. A bit of practice, a well prepared plan and a bit of patience are required as well. This blog post highlights 10 tips and tricks to jump start your experience as a Captivate 6 developer. It is intended for the new Captivate 6 user, but experienced users might find some great best practices as well

In the last couple of months I had this great chance to be in charge of a brand new eLearning project for the school I work at. Along with my colleague Serge Paulus, I’ve been teaching 550 students how to use Adobe Creative suite applications (Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and InDesing) using distant learning techniques only! But for the Captivate developer that I am, the most interesting part of this adventure was to see my colleague Serge makes its debuts with Captivate.

To prepare for this blog post, I’ve been talking with Serge, asking him about his newbie experience with Captivate. We came up with these 10 simple tips and tricks to jump start your Captivate 6 experience.

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Megan Hamilton

Posted on 7/21/13 9:00:52 PM Permalink

The link to view this resource prompts an error message: "HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found
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Damien Bruyndonckx

Posted on 7/22/13 9:44:34 AM Permalink

Hello. The link has been updated. Sorry for this inconvenience. Good day to you!

Stefan Wessels

Posted on 6/5/13 3:23:47 AM Permalink

Typo in the intro paragraph profesional > professional

Damien Bruyndonckx

Posted on 6/5/13 9:06:03 AM Permalink

Thanks. I've corrected it! Sorry for this mistake.

English is not my native language, but I do my best..

Good day to you!

John Doherty

Posted on 1/28/13 11:07:55 AM Permalink

Many thanks for sharing the tips for Captivate 6.