If this was all developed in Flash then the best bet is to use the Pipwerks SCORM wrapper to make your Flash file compatible.
More info here: http://pipwerks.com/
You may be able to insert your Flash file as an animation into Captivate, but this won't make it SCORM compatible. You might be able to recode the Flash file as an interactive widget and make it have a Success result when the user passes the module. Then when you insert it into Captivate you can set the interactive widget to have a score.
More information about coding widgets can be found here:
Thanks RodWard for the fast response!
We were able to convert the flash file to SCORM 1.2 and 2004. But it's looking for lmsmanifest.xml file to make it compatible.
In which program can we create this lmsmanifest.xml file?
Notepad. It's an xml text file.
Look on the Scorm.com site for info about the syntax.
Thank you so much! Appreciating your fast response.
Log into the Adobe website with your Adobe ID. Go to the page where you can download the trial version of Captivate 7. There you will also find links to download the voices for Cp7.