How to Use Advanced Actions in Adobe Captivate
Using a normal action on a button press lets you do a single thing, such as navigating to another slide, showing or hiding an image, or assigning a value to a variable. Advanced Actions let you combine a sequence of actions into one triggered event.
The Advanced Actions window opens up, with a blank advanced action started. Most of the window is taken up by the list of actions, with each row representing a possible action.
Above that you'll see some tabs, called Decision groups. If your advanced action has multiple conditions that it checks for, each decision group can contain a separate set of actions.
The advanced action is saved, and can be applied to a button or click box in this project.
The selected advanced action appears. You can add new actions, remove unnecessary ones, and reorder or edit the existing actions.
You can also edit an action to change the action that gets performed, or change an action's settings.
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