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Aug 09, 2018

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I am needing to make each of these open each specific corresponding course. I know that you can either hyperlink or make them buttons and set them to open the courses, but I am needed to add these to an LMS system. I assume that when in the LMS they will try to open as a Captivate course, but no one has Captivate except me. I thought about having them open PDF versions, but there are videos in some of these, which won't play in a PDF. I also thought about adding them all into one course (which would be simple) but it would be super tedious because the look of all the slides will change and I will have to spend a ton of time changing them. Do they have to be attached to a specific type of file in order to work in LMS, or is there an easy work-around for this?

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Open New Project/Hyperlink Options

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I am needing to make each of these open each specific corresponding course. I know that you can either hyperlink or make them buttons and set them to open the courses, but I am needed to add these to an LMS system. I assume that when in the LMS they will try to open as a Captivate course, but no one has Captivate except me. I thought about having them open PDF versions, but there are videos in some of these, which won't play in a PDF. I also thought about adding them all into one course (which would be simple) but it would be super tedious because the look of all the slides will change and I will have to spend a ton of time changing them. Do they have to be attached to a specific type of file in order to work in LMS, or is there an easy work-around for this?

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They should be able to open published Captivate files just fine.

The issue you will run into is SCORM tracking with separate courses acting as one.

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You are confusing cptx-files, which are the 'raw' files used by the developer with the published files (html or scorm folder). To edit and develop a course you need Captivate on your system. To view and engage with published courses you only need a web browser, whether it is published to a webserver or to a LMS. Nothing else is needed.

Be careful with publishing to interactive pdf's which are SWF-based. They are interactive, can even report to a LMS but probably EOL.

It is possible to combine many courses into one SCORM object, but I would not recommend that at all. Let the LMS manage the courses, not Captivate.

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