Captivate 2017 (and 9 really) provide great options for you to preview your responsive courses. But did you know your Reviewers can see the course at almost any size by using ReviewMyElearning.com?
Data itself is a boring word, really! Having said that, we can’t ignore the importance of it, no matter what field of life it is. For the business world, data is important for making strategies, setting goals and making important business decisions.
I’ve been using Adobe Captivate for over a decade and what amazes me is that with each version, the tool (with the engineers help!) not only outperforms itself but incorporates features that we request, showing that the Adobe support team listens to us.
If you’ve been on the eLearning forums after the launch of Captivate 2017, you’ve already seen that you can convert an existing ‘blank,’ or standard, Cp project to Responsive bu choosing ‘Save as Responsive‘ in the File menu.
I’m really excited to report that the next major release of Adobe Captivate has launched. Adobe has made the decision to break from the product numbers of the past and now simply call the product Adobe Captivate 2017 Release.
Adobe just released Captivate 2017, and it is power-packed with a brand-new, easy-to-use workflow for creating responsive eLearning courses.
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The latest update to Adobe Captivate, Adobe’s industry leading eLearning authoring tool is packed with solid enhancements that will make virtually any eLearning developer smile, and the team at Adobe brings home another marvel – incredible levels of intuition and automation when it comes to creating fully responsive content for mobile devices.