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Well I thought about doing a split screen within each slide of Captivate, but I wasn't sure if I could even do that or if it would be confusing to the learners.
FWIW - The way I think I would tackle this would be to capture the screens on two separate PCs, keep them on separate slides and include a computer 1 and computer 2 cue (voice -over or icon) on each of the slides. Something else I might also do is change the theme on the second PC so that it was easier to distinguish between the two workstations.
Best - Mark
If you're just trying to let the user see the difference, another thought is to keep the Windows theme the same on both workstations and show the screenshot from Computer A as the slide background and show the screenshot from Computer B as a rollover image.
This lets the user do an A/B comparison as many times as it takes to get all the differences. You can even add callouts to the computer B image to highlight the changed items. Assuming the two screens are similar with the same dimensions, it can be very effective.