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I'm glad I'm not going crazy... but how can I create a fade out effect on one slize, then a fade in effect on another? I don't want both slides to fade in then fade out.
I suppose you might do it as follows. Use a Highlight Box object. Configure the transition on it. So I'd insert a Highlight Box and configure it to fade IN on the slide where you want it to fade OUT. Time it so it appears at the end of the slide. This depends on your background color, but I'll assume white. So configure the highlight with no frame and white as the fill color. Set the transparency to 0 so it totally covers whatever it is over. Then stretch it so the object covers the entire screen area. Repeat the process for the next slide. But reverse the fade. Instead of fading IN, fade it OUT.
Give that a go and see if it does what you want!
Your suggestion worked!
I had considered doing something like this, but it seemed very "hack-ish," so I was hoping Captivate would make my life easy. No such luck, I guess!