Engage '13 User Guide

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This user guide shows you how to use every feature of Engage '13, so you can create media-rich interactions for your online courses. Engage '13 has a streamlined user interface, a modern design for published output, and more interaction types.

Getting Started

  1. Creating a New Interaction
  2. Tips for Managing Project Files

Working with the Engage Interface

  1. Working with the Interaction Title
  2. Adding and Removing Introductions and Summaries
  3. Using Keyboard Shortcuts
  4. Using the Spell Checker
  5. Setting Engage Options

Understanding Interaction Types

  1. Accordion Interaction
  2. Bulletin Board Interaction
  3. Checklist Interaction
  4. Circle Diagram Interaction
  5. Conversation Interaction
  6. FAQ Interaction
  7. Folders Interaction
  8. Glossary Interaction
  9. Guided Image Interaction
  10. Image Zoom Interaction
  11. Labeled Graphic Interaction
  12. Labeled Panel Interaction
  13. Media Panel Interaction
  14. Media Tour Interaction
  15. Process Interaction
  16. Pyramid Interaction
  17. Quick Choice Interaction
  18. Tabbed Image Interaction
  19. Tabs Interaction
  20. Timeline Interaction

Working with Text

  1. Adding and Formatting Text
  2. Adding Symbols
  3. Adding Hyperlinks
  4. Translating Interactions

Working with Audio

  1. Adding Audio
  2. Editing Audio

Adding Media

  1. Adding Pictures
  2. Adding Characters
  3. Adding Videos
  4. Adjusting Video Properties
  5. Editing Videos
  6. Adding Flash Files
  7. Adding Alternate Text to Media

Adjusting Interaction Properties

  1. Playback Mode
  2. Interaction-Specific Properties
  3. Theme Colors
  4. Quality Settings
  5. Animation Style, Media Border Style, Sounds, and Fonts

Customizing the Player

  1. Working with the Player
  2. Choosing Player Features
  3. Changing the Player Colors and Font
  4. Changing the Player's Text Labels
  5. Changing the Browser Settings and Player Size
  6. Changing the Player's Resume Behavior
  7. Enabling Right-to-Left Language Support
  8. Saving Your Player or Switching to a Different One

Previewing and Publishing an Interaction

  1. Previewing an Interaction
  2. Publishing an Interaction to Articulate Presenter
  3. Publishing a Standalone Interaction for Web
  4. Publishing a Standalone Interaction for LMS
  5. Publishing a Standalone Interaction for CD or Another Local Source
  6. Publishing an Interaction for Microsoft Word
  7. Publishing a Standalone Interaction for Mobile Devices