Is this perhaps an imported PPT? If not can you check the action and the attempts for the click box?
BTW: if you want to pause all the slides, a shape button on the main master slide, that you make invisible by changing fill opacity and stroke width will do the trick for all your slides, instead of having to copy/paste click boxes on all. Shape button on a master slide will always pause at the end of the slide.
This is an imported PPT. I checked High Fidelity but left Slide Duration unchecked.
Then you'll have to check timeline, do you see a click box at the end? If
not, check ppt, was it set up to advance on click?
Ding, ding, ding. I had the Advance Slide On Mouse Click property selected on ever slide. It's doing exactly what I told it to do!!!
This was my first Captivate project ... learning a lot. Thank you so much!!! Got some work to do...