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Non-contiguous Quiz slides

I have a project in which I want to intersperse questions throughout the content, but have the LMS correctly interpret the total score of all questions.

By default, when one quiz slide is created, the score is displayed upon Submit.

Can quiz questions be placed in non-contiguous order - that is not next to each other but spread throughout the training, and will the scoring be correct?

I want to be able to sprinkle my content with questions, then have the results displayed for all questions asked at the end of the presentation. Is this doable?
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  • Yes, but you have to be careful to stay within the quiz scope to avoid issues when going back and forth. Easiest way is create a scored object on the first slide and keep the score slide as last slide, so that the whole file will be the quiz scope. Normally all scored objects (which you can find in the Advanced Interaction Panel - F9) will see their score totalled in the Quiz score that is transferred to the LMS. But I'm puzzled by your sentence 'when one quiz slide is created, the score is displayed upon Submit'? Submit will trigger the first step in the question slides, shows Success/Failure caption with the warning that the user should use Y or click on the slide to proceed (second step) but no score is displayed at that moment. The quizzing system variables in 5.5 will be populated after exiting that slide, but not displayed unless you triggered an advanced action to show it (which is only possible on the next slide). Could you explain?
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  • Hi Folks,

    We are an Education startup Company & exploring various tools available in the market for converting our years of handmade Course material into CDs & commerically sell/market them per computer-user basis (based on unique computer MAC address). Can someone help/provide details on the following:

    (1) I know Adode captivate allows to read-in material & generate a executable CD, but how do I set/generate a product-key?

    (2) For the end-user to use this exectuable CD, does he compulsorily need to have Adobe captivate installed on his computer?

    (3) Does Adobe help SME in transforming such material into CD's & help market it?

    (4) Does Adobe have options/suggestions on licensing CD's?

    Thanks
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  • This is not related to the original question, sorry. If you want Adobe people to pop in, it would be better if you opened a new topic. I'm just a user, so...
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  • A Partridge (eLearning Evangelist & All Around Rockstar) March 19, 2012 07:45
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    I agree with Lilybiri - you should start a new thread for this, but i'll attempts a quick answer. It sounds like you need a DRM Wrapper. (Digital Rights Management.) These tools are designed to solve the problem of encryption, CC charges, encryption etc. Captivate is an eLearning Authoring tool. You can of course put your Captivate course inside your DRM Wrapper - look specifically for a DRM designed to wrap Flash and you'll probably find what you're after. You can also do this server side with various companies providing the front end shell.
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