[Video] Drag and Drop Interactions in Adobe Captivate 7

Adobe Captivate 7

In this video tutorial I’m going to show you how to make a drag and drop interaction in Adobe Captivate 7.  This video was created in Adobe Captivate 7, but the same process can be used in Captive 6, and is very similar.

Objective: The concept or purpose of this video is to have the user to drag and drop the tabs down to the note pad. Adobe Captivate makes this really easy.

This is an important tip and trick! So we suggest you take a few minutes to check out the drag and drop video below.

Okay, lets get started:

(Click here to watch video on YouTube.)

If you found this tip helpful, you also might appreciate how to do Advanced Actions in Adobe Captivate 7. The tip can show your users the answer is incorrect with a “red x” if the answer is wrong. It’s a simple tutorial like the one above.


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  1. I have Captivate 7 but when I try to insert the Drag and Drop Wizard it is greyed out. Is it no longer available?

  2. Hi Julie, let check with one of our developers to see if they know anything about your Captivate 7 issue.

  3. I use Captivate 7. How to randomize the answers so that they appear in different sequence every time.

  4. it would be nice if your tutorial started from the beginning…you can have the yellow note pad images and a few blue labels but you really should show us how you created the blue labels. You didn’t show us how you created them and were able to give them a “dragger label” style. You assume we know, but not everyone does…so i’m lost from the beginning.

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