One Submit Button Multiple TEBs

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I have a question that asks the learner to list several key points. I'd like to have 8 text boxes for them to insert 1 key point in each, but only 1 submit button. So it would be something like below:

List your key points.

1______________

2______________

3__________

I'm working with CP 2019 working on a Html5 project using breakpoints. I would be grateful if there's any help out there.

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Lilybiri Most Valuable Participant , Feb 28, 2019
Displayiing the variables somewhere is very simple. Have a look at:Discover/Use Captivate's System variables - Part 1 - Captivate blogI explain there how to show the value of a variable somewhere.The value of the associated variable is updated with each added character. No need for a Submit button since it is not validated.

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What has to be done with the input? That is important.... do you want validation, to show the input later on.....

Breakpoints means only that you'll have to set up the Position properties for each of the items on the slides, is not linked with the core of the question.

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Thanks for your quick response. I won't need any correct/incorrect validation, but I will need the Input from the TEB later on for comparing their answers with sample answers. We have set up the Variables already for each TEB.

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Displayiing the variables somewhere is very simple. Have a look at:

Discover/Use Captivate's System variables - Part 1 - Captivate blog

I explain there how to show the value of a variable somewhere.

The value of the associated variable is updated with each added character. No need for a Submit button since it is not validated.

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Thanks so much! That was easier than I thought. BTW big fan of your work.

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Thanks, sometimes I believe no one is reading my blogs....

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