Microsoft SharePoint is an interesting platform if you quickly want to publish your e-learning content. These are the steps to publish an Adobe Captivate project to a SharePoint site:
1. Publish your Captivate project as Flash(SWF), and make sure that you have the option Export to html checked. This will produce a set of files: a .html file, a .swf file and a .js file.
2. Upload these files into a document library on a SharePoint site. You can start your project by clicking on the .html file.
If you are running SharePoint 2010 and the file does not open, you might need to change a security setting in SharePoint. Also, SharePoint has a default file size limit of 50 MB. Your system administrator can increase this limit.
3. Optional, but recommended: to make it easier for your users to start your course, you can include a link to the .html file on the home page of your site.
Watch the demonstration below for more detailed instructions:
3 thoughts on “How to publish a Captivate project to a SharePoint site”
This is outstanding, seems to be the simplest way to perform this task…
Thanks a lot…
How about modern sharepoint?
Unfortunately, this is no longer possible in recent SharePoint versions.