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You can play only first 3 chapters for free. Click Here to avail a subscription Macromedia Authorware 6 is the leading authoring tool for creating e-learning, interactive web-based tutorials, and sophisticated simulations for the web, CDs, or corporate networks.

Authorware allows you to include text, sound, video, and animation. You can track user response and results and your investment return.


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Colin Webster covers everything from using icons and variables to how to use Authorware with QuickTime and Flash. Among the many topics you will learn are interactions, framework menus, developing quizzes, importing text, and using images. Start right away by clicking one of the titles below.

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Intro to Authorware 6 Lesson Notes Subscribed users can add notes to any lesson for future reference. Building an Intro Piece Variables and Branching Framework and Quitting One Button Publishing RTF Objects Editor External Media Browser Using a Slidebar Sending Variables to Flash Receiving variables tutofials Flash Using active X Pt 1 Using active X Pt 2

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