This would appear to be some functionality the Adobe Captivate development team didn't anticipate users would want. Unless someone posts with a clever workaround, I'm going to say it's currently not possible to achieve.
You (and others) should definitely request this as a feature so the next release may offer more flexibility.
Thank you for your fast response!
Well, currently I am in contact with the support team with 4 open cases...
...new installation of Cap4...
...new installation of the whole system...
...local administrator account...
...update of Quicktime and Active X...
...and much more time-consuming tasks but nothing will help me...
...at the moment I am really disappointed!
I get the error "not enough ram" if I try to export a big project with 100MB and about 300 slides.
But my system has 3GB RAM and huge space on the hard disc.
Workaround 1: Aggregator
Three swf-files, full screen.
But the static TOC sweeps 30% of my learning content from the screen...
Workaround 2: Three stand alone files
Three exe-files, full screen
I cannot link them. I tried "open URL or file" but Cap4 tries to open the .exe in an internet browser not as a file.
I tried absolute paths and relative paths.
What happens if you try using the "Open other project" option?
I know there are issues with this option in Captivate 4 where it likes to use an absolute path. But that *MAY* only appy to the SWF/HTM file pair. So it may be worth trying to see.
Indeed 300 slides is way too big for a single Captivate project.
You can use .cp-, .swf- and.rp-files in the "open other project" function only.
You cannot choose the .exe-files there. If you type in the path, name and extension Cap4 changes it to an other project while you do the export.
I cannot use the swf-type because I need a full-screen and the adjustment of the size is a problem in the swf.