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You can use text captions for the following: Draw attention to specific areas of the slide Use text captions to point out menu options or icons or to focus user attention on easily overlooked details.When you are not using voice-over narration, you can use text captions instead.The Timeline enables you to precisely adjust the timing of all objects, including captions, on a slide.You can add new languages to the list of existing languages in which text captions are recorded.The list of existing languages is available in the Recording dialog box.Text captions of events are stored as Capture Text Templates_ To modify an rdl file, make the changes to the Capture Text Templates_file except instead of trying to save it to its original location, save it to your desktop.Add text to a slide The only way in which you can add plain text to a slide in Adobe Captivate is using transparent text captions.
It is very useful for learners who are not interested in listening to the audio and want to read that content on If you are resizing a text caption, you cannot make the text caption smaller than the bitmap used to create the text caption.
Each text caption type is named, and a small thumbnail image shows what the text caption looks like.
Note: When adding or modifying a text caption, select the caption type before setting the style and format of text in a caption.
This ensures that style and format changes to text are retained. Many of the text caption styles contain text captions with directional callouts.
You can select a text caption that points in the most appropriate direction.
It might not, however, support nonstandard user interface elements, including menu text in applications created with Delphi®.