November 28, 2019
Theme Resources
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November 28, 2019
Theme Resources
Lieve is a civil engineer (ir) and a professional musician. After years of teaching and research (project management/eLearning/instability) she is now a freelancer specializing in advanced Adobe Captivate as trainer and consultant. Her blog is popular with Captivate users worldwide. As an Adobe Community Professional and Adobe Education Leader, she has presented both online and offline. Since 2015 she is moderator on the Adobe forums and was named as Forum Legend (special category) in the Wall of Fame. In 2017 Adobe Captivate users voted for Lieve as a Top Content Experience Strategist.
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In June 2018 I wrote this article about the main stumbling blocks for Captivate starting users. Because some of my older posts seem to have disappeared, if you cannot find it in this community, here is a link to the same article on my personal blog.

Meanwhile I have been blogging quite a lot about each of those ‘blocks’: Timeline, Quizzing, Themes.

Last week I posted a pdf with references to all the articles I wrote about Quizzing. This week I create another reference pdf with links to relevant posts about Themes.  When I created this document, which also explains in short the components in a theme, I was astonished myself about the amount of related posts, 20! Another recent training, with focus on Themes, confirmed my suspicion: lot of developers are not really familiar with the important impact of a good theme, and how it can save time. Especially with the recent features of version 11.5, understanding themes is indispensable, if you want to take advantage of multiple themes in a project, insertion of ready-to-go slides, new Theme Properties and role of Theme fonts…

You can download this pdf- document (free) to get an overview of the Theme articles and Theme creation workflow:

ThemeLinks

See you next week for the reference document about Captivate’s Timeline.

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