AP5 Feature Highlights

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Company

There are so many new features in our newest release of Articulate Presenter that I can only pick some of my favorites to highlight here. To learn more, be sure to visit the New in 5.0 page.

Gabe’s favorite Articulate Presenter 5 features:

  • One-step publishing: Gone are the days of click after click before you get to that magical “Publish” button. Articulate Presenter 5 offers a totally revamped publishing interface with all your output options available on one screen and that “Publish” button just one click away.

  • Slide Properties Manager: Want a different presenter on each slide? No problem. Want background music on slides 6, 7, and 8, but not on any others? No problem. Want to set up multi-level slide navigation? No problem. Make it all happen in the Slide Properties Manager.
  • Auto-Resume Presentation: With this new player template option, your users won’t have to jump through your course to find the slide they last viewed. Now you can give your users the option of resuming from right where they left off.
  • Timeline Audio Editor: No more worrying about editing your audio outside Articulate Presenter and importing it back in. Now you have even more control over synchronizing your audio with your animations, and can make your recorded audio sound even more professional.

Also be sure to check out the new Screenshot Tour in its entirety!

Keep an eye on the blog for more in-depth looks at selected features in the coming weeks!

Have a particular feature you’d like to see highlighted? Let me know or leave a comment on this post.

2 responses to “AP5 Feature Highlights”


For distribution of information in an engaging way, and at a low cost, and for folks who don’t have the expectation to practice procedures or application of information, AND for those who have an abundance of PowerPoint slides in stock, this really, really has potential.

What I’m not seeing, Gabe, is practice. Neither practice nor application. Where is it? Scenarios, questions, feedbacks, evaluations. Where should I go look on the articulate website or other online resources to see examples of using articulate to provide practice and feedback and evaluation, long standard sine qua nons of performance-based training programs.

Phil Vitkus

Phil Vitkus // Posted at 8:09 pm on July 19th, 2005

Hi Phil-

The best place to start is our Customer Spotlight section of the blog. Check out the category links in the left-hand navigation.

Gabe Anderson // Posted at 11:16 am on July 20th, 2005

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