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I used the 5 slide or project preview....not published. Does this mean to see how it really functions, I would need to publish my work each time I make a change to a project? What is the purpose with preview then?
thanks for the quick response...
If you used the "Next 5 slides" preview, that would certainly explain it. This is because only enough of the project is compiled to present the next 5 slides. If you have a link that points beyond the next 5 slides, that link will fail because that part of the project wasn't factored in.
If you used a preview that included the whole project, the link should work. You may preview the entire project either in Captivate or in the Web browser. You don't have to publish to see your work. Previewing should be sufficient. But you do need to consider the type of preview you use.
Another type of preview that regularly nails folks is the "Play this slide". This type of preview is only good for getting a feel for when objects appear or disappear. There is no interactivity possible.
Hopefully this helps a bit... Rick
I will go back and make sure I didn't do just the 5 slide check on the one run I made to see how it works......this does make sense and was an oversight on my part. One other quick question ......any suggestions on a good video conversion software program. maybe one I can test a free down load before purchase. One that can go both ways with avi to flv and/or flv to avi?
thanks very much.