Insert Scenario Interaction using Adobe Presenter

Created: Monday, December 22, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:15 am



With Adobe Presenter you can create scenario-based training slides that are easily customizable — these scenario templates contain the complete question vs. answer flows. For example, if you select the Business scenario, the flow is pre-defined as one question with multiple options. You just need to select the number of options and select the correct answer number. When you publish these scenarios, the user views only the questions initially. The options within the scenario-based training are displayed logically. The user has to complete answering the question by selecting the right answer, otherwise the user cannot navigate to the next slide as the play bar and the side bar are locked.

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