3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 14, 2007 6:59 AM by Captiv8r

    Hyperlinks and slides

    geb42
      I have a problem

      I created a five-slide presentation. On the fourth slide, I created two hyperlinks. Now when I play it, I will click on the hyperlink and a web page will show up in a separate window, which is fine. But my slide continues to No. 5 and I have to go back if I want to click on the previous hyperlink, which is very annoying. So is there a way to stop my slide presentation at No. 4?

      Thanks in advance
        • 1. Re: Hyperlinks and slides
          Captiv8r Adobe Community Professional & MVP
          Hi geb42 and welcome to our community

          Where you entered the URL you should find a button to the right of the field. It's a down arrow. Click this and you should find the option for opening in a new window. Click it after selecting the new window and you should see an option at the bottom that is labeled "Continue playing project". DE-select this option.

          Cheers... Rick
          • 2. Re: Hyperlinks and slides
            geb42 Level 1
            Thanks alot Rick. It worked.

            BTW are there any publications about Captivate out there?
            • 3. Re: Hyperlinks and slides
              Captiv8r Adobe Community Professional & MVP
              Hi again

              Publications? As in Books or as in Blogs?

              For books, there are currently four I'm aware of.

              * Macromedia Captivate for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide by Tom Green - Click here for link
              * Macromedia Captivate: The Definitive Guide by Brenda Huettner - Click here for link
              * Essentials of Macromedia Captivate by Kevin Siegel - Click here for link
              * Essentials of Adobe Captivate 2 by Kevin Siegel - Click here for link

              The Kevin Siegel Adobe Captivate book is what is being used by most of the Adobe Certified Training locations. If you are interested in this book, shoot me a private E-Mail to captiv8r (at) kc (dot) rr (dot) com and I'll provide you with a coupon code you may use to save money on the purchase price.

              Cheers... Rick