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Starter Glossary Captivate
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In this video, we're going to take a look at the structure of our Starter Glossary Click to Reveal Captivate template, and how to make a few edits to the file.
This is a straightforward click to reveal - where the learner selects a tab and corresponding content gets revealed.
To change each tab's text, you'd just need to click inside each tab, select all, and type over what's there.
To change the tab's corresponding content, select the main content area, and edit its states. Each will be labeled with the button number it relates to.
If you need to edit the font size or color (on this or any other element in this file, for that matter), simply select the text in question and use the style options on the properties pane.
If you would like to remove some of the tabs, simply remove the unnecessary tabs from screen.
There's not a ton more to say about this template beyond the extremely awesome xAPI integration we've included.
Check out our other support videos for more information on that!
This article last reviewed July, 2019. The software may have changed since the last review.