SIX. Use as SFH Captions.
Wait, what? You know, SFH Captions—Success, Failure, and Hint captions that appear automatically when your viewers try to click through your eLearning lesson correctly. Often, these are connected with Click Boxes and other interactive elements. To ensure that your SFH captions come out as Smart Shapes, you have to go to the Preferences dialog box, Defaults category, and deselect—that’s right, UNcheck—the Use Text Captions for SFH Captions instead of Smart-Shapes checkbox.
You forgot the most important advantages! Shape buttons are the ONLY interactive objects which can be used on master slides, timed for the rest of the project. Moreover you can add them to quiz and score slides.
You can fill the shape (button) not only with solid color, but also with gradients, textures and an image. Contrary to the old legacy types of buttons (text, transparent and image) you can add custom states to shape buttons, you are not limited to the InBuilt states (Normal, Rollover, Down and Visited).
Bit outdated article....
Posted by: Lieve Weymeis | June 12, 2019 at 04:29 AM