There are some options that you ONLY get when you initiate a new capture session from scratch and not by adding to an existing project file (as you have found). For this (and other reasons) I never record slides starting from a template or existing project file. I prefer to use File > Record New Project, to create a new recording session and then set the options each time from scratch.
Once I have captured all the slides I need, I make a copy of this project (so that I have a backup in case of disaster) and then proceed to weed out the slides I don't need. This way I'm always working on small project files and don't have to worry about having all my eggs in one basket.
Once I've whittled it down to the bare minimum number of slides I need, I then paste these slides into my main project and polish everything up before publishing.
Thank you sir. This is what I feared!
So if I'm doing the demo/assessment/training thing, I have to do your suggestion 3 times.
Before posting my question, I thought this may be the case but was hopeful there is a better option...
Thanks for your help!
No. If you use my approach you should be able to create all three outputs during the same capture session by ticking all three boxes.
That is one of the options you don't get when adding captures to an existing project file.
Yes, I understand... I just meant that I'll have to copy/paste the slides from the three versions into three copies of my template/existing project. If you get my drift.
When you record additional slides, even in a normal project, you never get the choice to have 3 different simulations captured, because you are in one file and the three captures result in three files. That is a little bit the same when you start from a template: you are in one file, cannot expect to be able to multiply that one file magically to three files. Hope you understand what I mean? It is exactly the same what Rod explains.