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Captivate slides in a series of .htm pages

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I develop web-based training.  I use Captivate to produce question slides within a succession of .htm pages created in Dreamweaver.  Long story short, I inhereted old .cp files and had to upgrade to .cptx.  When reviewing the course it goes through one of the quizzes and stops.  How do I make sure the next .htm page in succession is accessed after each quiz?

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Captivate slides in a series of .htm pages

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I develop web-based training.  I use Captivate to produce question slides within a succession of .htm pages created in Dreamweaver.  Long story short, I inhereted old .cp files and had to upgrade to .cptx.  When reviewing the course it goes through one of the quizzes and stops.  How do I make sure the next .htm page in succession is accessed after each quiz?

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cp-files are more than 10 years old.  Did you recreate the question slides from scratch because they had so many upgrades since that time? Which version are you using now? Present output is to HTML5, why do you need to embed them in web pages? A Captivate course is a website. 

I am using an iFrame to embed a published tutorial in my blog. If the tutorial runs fluently when it is independent, it will run when embedded as well. 

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