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1 Adobe eLearning Suite extension features Combining multiple SWF files You can combine multiple projects published as SWF files using SCORM Packager. The combined files can be published as a SWF file or as an EXE file. SCORM Packager creates a table of contents (TOC) using the names of the separate modules (SWF files). Tables of contents (TOCs) of individual modules are displayed under their module name. SCORM Packager currently supports SWF files published using Adobe® Captivate®, and which use the same ActionScript® version. When creating a project with multiple modules that require a consistent appearance, instructional designers can create a design template that they can use across modules. Individual content creators can use this design template to create their modules. To ensure uniformity of TOC settings across a movie, you can set a SWF file as the master movie. The TOC settings of the master movie are applied to all the other movies in the package. Master movies are helpful in the following cases: When content creators change TOC settings while creating their modules When instructional designers want to define the settings of a module as a standard for the rest of the modules Combining multiple quizzes (SCOs) You can combine multiple projects containing interactions (scorable objects, known as SCOs) using SCORM Packager. When you publish the file containing multiple SCOs, a ZIP file containing all the SCOs, and a manifest file are generated. You can directly upload the generated ZIP file to an LMS. A SCO can be created in one of the following ways: Publish an Adobe Captivate project containing at least one scorable object as a SWF file. Publish a FLA file containing a quiz created using a quiz template as a SWF file. Publish a FLA file containing learning interaction objects as a SWF file. Note: The SCO must be created using Adobe® Flash® CS4 Professional in Adobe ® eLearning Suite. You can add SCOs created using Flash into Adobe Captivate aggregator projects that are part of the eLearning suite. SWF files created using Flash do not have an associated manifest file. Adobe Captivate prompts you to enter manifest details when you try to add such SWF files in SCORM Packager. A manifest file is then created using this information, and later bundled into the published ZIP file. Create an aggregator file 1 Select File > New > Aggregator Project. 2 In the Aggregator dialog box, click New. 3 In the Create New Project dialog box, select Multi-SCO Project. 4 If the SCO has been created in Flash, the SCO Manifest Details dialog box appears. Enter the details. The SCO Identifier is a mandatory field. ….

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