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.
I shared my favorite ways to save time with Lectora Online during an eLearning Brother’s webinar today. Here’s my tips and tricks when trying to save time in Lectora Online.
This library object contains 4 versions of an animated timeline interaction. Show one item at a time or all at once and provide additional content with the popup versions. All of the graphics for these interactions were built and styled entirely within Lectora using native shapes and styles, so everything can be modified without the […]
This interaction has 5 animated tabs that show and hide grouped content. The tabs are created with native Lectora shapes, so you can easily change the style within the tool. The height of the tabbed pages is also adjustable. To use a Lectora Desktop Library Object (.awo), simply drag and drop the .awo file into […]