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Removing Unused Resources from a Lectora and Lectora Online Title

It’s easy to remove unused resources! After you’ve been working on a Lectora title for a while you may have extra images, attachments, and media files that you no longer need. Even if the objects are no longer on any pages in your title, they’re still in your media library. You can clean-up these unused files and reduce your file size.

The Guide to Translation in Lectora and Lectora Online

Prepare your titles for a global audience with Lectora and Lectora Online. Using the built-in Translation Tool, along with the Multi-language Publishing option, translating content for different languages is a straight-forward and time-saving process. In this article, we’ll go over the necessary steps to export, translate and integrate the text in your title for different languages.

How to Attach, Find, and Launch External Files in a Lectora Title

You can attach files to your Lectora title that are not natively supported by the program (for example, PDF files). Attaching external files enables you to publish them along with the course and all other imported resources. These files are housed with the course instead of being published on a website, file share, or other linkable location. Once attached you can locate them in Resource Manager. You can also launch the files open using an action. her linkable location.

Grouping Objects and Actions in Lectora and Lectora Online

Just like my closet before spring cleaning, sometimes the objects in your Lectora and Lectora Online Title Explorer need a little organization. By grouping objects, you combine them, so you can work with them as a single unit. Not only does this better organize your Title Explorer, but it allows you to apply transitions, actions, and properties to several objects at once.ts at once.