Adding quiz questions to an Adobe Captivate Classic project is easy. Go to the Quiz menu and choose Question Slide. Select your question type, number of questions, and click OK.
Like I said, it's easy.
Oh, wait. Now, you need to add the content to the quiz question and set the point value... and the feedback for right and wrong answers. If there are more than a few quiz questions, that will take time.
Pssst... come closer. I've got a secret for you. You can import the quiz questions... you know, get a subject matter expert to write up the content and you just import the quiz question.
What's that you say? You knew about CSV importing because you attended IconLogic's vILT Captivate classes. Okay, okay, sorry.
But... pssst... come closer, and I'll give you another secret. This one is epic. There' a CSV Questions Creation wizard that will make it so easy to create the quiz data that you're SME will truly thank you.
First, find the CSV Questions Creation Macro. Note that the file is typically located wherever you've installed Captivate Classic on your computer, then in Gallery > Quiz > CSVQuestionsCreationMacro.xlsm.
Open CSVQuestionsCreationMacro.xlsm with Microsoft Excel.
Select the CSVInputForm tab.
Select the question type from the drop-down menu and fill out the stem and the answer as appropriate.
Type an asterisk (*) in front of the correct answer.
Click the Add Question button to add the question to the Question CSV Sheet.
Back on the CSVInputForm tab, click the Clear Form button, and add more and more questions as appropriate. When done, click the Export to CSV button on the CSVInputForm tab. Then click the Export to CSV button.
Back in Captivate Classic, choose Quiz > Import CSV Format File and open the CSV you just created.
And... and... BAM! The quiz question appears, like magic, in your Captivate project.
Not convinced that this process is the bomb.com? Check out my video that shows the CSV creation process in action.