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Check to be certain that the option to include typing is included in the Recording Options ... from the main user interface, go to ...
Options > Recording Options > (Recording Options tab) > Record Keystrokes
I'm not familiar with "SharePoint" ... do you feel that this application (or its form fields) might be constructed differently than others, and that is the problem??
Thanks for the reply. SharePoint is a Microsoft server product that allows creation of Intranet web sites, among other things. I also tried recording a project where I typed a search topic into a www.google.com web page. When I played the project back, the same thing happens, I don't see my typing.
I checked the Recording Options and yes, I do have Record Keystrokes checked.
Paul, thanks for filling me in on SharePoint. It sounds like the problem might be related to the innate lack of compatibility between the "old" program (Captivate 2) and the "new" OS (Vista).
In your position, I think I'd be tempted to load another copy of Captivate on a WinXP system, at least to create the recording, then perhaps move the *.CP file to your Vista system for editing.
That is, until you are able to upgrade your Captivate to Version 3, which as Rick said, has been tested for compatibility with the Vista OS. Hope this helps ...