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License Key entered is invalid

The error message “The License Key entered is invalid” indicates the license key is not correct, or more likely, does not match the Lectora version being installed. Licenses are product and version-specific. The product type and version are indicated at the beginning of the license key. Please see the example below. LI16 – Lectora Inspire […]

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Repairing Corrupt Audio Files

Problem: Audio in Title does not play, plays but sounds distorted, completely errors out and crashes Lectora. Affects: Lectora Publisher/Inspire and Lectora Online Solution: Re-working the Audio files and re-importing them into Lectora resource manager. So you have an older Lectora title and you want to update it. It seems simple enough… HA!. You load […]

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How to Find Your License Key

If you have a Lectora v12 or greater license key you can tell your version just by looking at the license key. Lectora v12 license keys always start with “LI12” or “LP12”. The “LI” stands for Lectora Inspire and “LP” stands for Lectora Publisher. The “12” means it’s for version 12. Lectora v16 license keys always start with “LI16” or “LP16” and Lectora v17 keys always starts with “LI17” or “LP17”.

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Guidelines to Importing Microsoft PowerPoint Content Into Lectora

Many features in Microsoft PowerPoint are supported in Lectora, but not all. Importing Microsoft PowerPoint content is not an exact one-to-one conversion. This means that text and other objects might look slightly different after importing them. In this article, we’ll discuss a few of the enhancements, conversion rules, and considerations for importing PowerPoint into Lectora 16.2 and newer, and Lectora Online.