Adding Gesture Effects

Gesture effects are what you need when creating tutorials based on mobile and touch devices. They are visual effects that simulate taps, swipes, pinches, and the like in your demonstration. Adding Gesture Effects Gesture effects are animations for touches, swipes, and...

Creating and Using a Custom Word Template

ActivePresenter lets you record operation steps on your computer screen and export recorded projects to Word documents to create software operations manuals and training manuals. You can even design a custom Word template, and then use it to export the project. This...

Working with Text Boxes

Text boxes are interactive objects into which learners can enter text. They are a good way to test learner knowledge and collect information. Adding Text Boxes To insert a text box, open the Interactions tab and click Text Box. Alternatively, open the Home tab >...

Overview of ActivePresenter Output Formats

ActivePresenter 7 is a professional tool that allows you to create software simulations, video demonstrations, eLearning games, etc., easily. For different purposes, it provides you with sufficient output formats. For example, while a video is the format for video...

Working with Key Strokes

In software simulations, you often want to simulate keyboard actions that interact with the target software. Key strokes are interactive objects that help you do that. They respond when users press a key or combination of keys on their keyboard. When you record...

Working with Mouse Clicks

Mouse clicks are interactive objects placed at areas in a slide where users must click to trigger the next action. They are often used in software simulations to teach the use of applications. For example, place a mouse click object on buttons or menus where users...

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