RWD Simulator Tutorial     Content                         1
RWD Simulator TutorialBackground InformationWho Are RWDSince 1988, RWD Technologies has aided thousands of clients globall...
RWD Simulator TutorialFeatures of RWDProviding training and support for your end users is vital to any businessessuccess. ...
RWD Simulator TutorialThe parent document created from the recording can be expanded and edited.Sections of the parent doc...
RWD Simulator TutorialBPP (Business Process Procedure): Mimics the ASAP BPP documents andprovides dynamic, multi-layer for...
RWD Simulator TutorialProducing consistent, high quality, and relevant output that assists in engagingthe trainees and pro...
RWD Simulator TutorialRWD ProductsRWD Info Pak provides four utilities that assist in creating and publishing theend-user ...
RWD Simulator TutorialSimulator creates a simulation during the same recording process. Thesimulation can be edited to inc...
RWD Simulator TutorialRWD Info Pak OmniHelpOmniHelp makes online help available from any application and gives you thehelp...
RWD Simulator TutorialIntroductionObjectiveTo enable the trainee to:Use main RWD Functions proficiently (setting preferenc...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Stage 1: Preparation   Starting Recorder / viewing recorder features   1.1   From the task bar in...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Setting Preferences: Assigning a New file location   1.3   You screen should now display the temp...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Setting Preferences: Recorder   1.4i. Check Search HTML title tags Box.ii. Select Always for Show...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Desktop mode: Captures actions taking place on your entire desktop. Images   will include all int...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Setting Preferences: Hot key keyboard short cuts   1.5   Check boxes:i. New: ( Shift + C )ii. Ope...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Creating a new File   1.6i. Select:         New File button as above.   1.7i. Enter New File name...
RWD Simulator TutorialParent Documents: Are a central Document depository, consisting of manysmaller child documents.Child...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Adding document information to a new file   1.8i. For Title Enter SE17G??ii. Enter your first nam...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Adding additional information to a new file.   1.9   Additional Information can be added for the ...
RWD Simulator Tutorial     Stage 2: Recording     Starting a recording     2.1     i.Select the Record Button as marked ab...
RWD Simulator Tutorialv. Enter Password.vi. Select:   .                                              21
RWD Simulator TutorialSAP transaction entry2.3i.Enter Transaction Code SE17 in the transaction field.ii.Select:       .SAP...
RWD Simulator TutorialSAP Table Hit list2.5Numerous tables are now displayed on a Hit List. We require table BUT000only, f...
RWD Simulator TutorialSAP Table Selection2.6i.Select:   .                                               24
RWD Simulator TutorialSAP Table Field Specification2.7Fields need to be selected from the table to be displayed. These fie...
RWD Simulator TutorialNATIO.You may need to use your Page down key to scroll through the fields.Once complete you are read...
RWD Simulator TutorialSAP Table Display2.8Review all data in the table displayed. You may need to scroll across to the rig...
RWD Simulator TutorialImport SAP table to Excel2.9Displayed details can now be saved in excel format.i. Right click inside...
RWD Simulator Tutorial     2.11     i.In Directory select a location where this can be saved i.e. desktop.     ii.In File ...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Stage 3: Edit   3.1   Once recording is ceased the simulator should open once stopped and should ...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   3.3i. Set Rubber Band to Red & check Flashing box as above.ii. Set Wait time to 5 seconds.       ...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Specifying lesson preferences   3.4i. Select: Help Preferences.   Specifying lesson preferences-...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Specifying lesson preferences-Publishing   3.6   The Simulation Type and the Assessment Setup can...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   band objects. The trainee can also skip steps by selecting certain desired steps   only.   Self t...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Editing Steps recorded   3.7   Details of the steps and screens can be edited.i. Right click and ...
RWD Simulator TutorialEditing Steps recorded – specifying step properties3.8When edit step is selected as in previous the ...
RWD Simulator Tutorial      iii. The time length for steps can be adjusted in Auto play back mode by         selecting Ste...
RWD Simulator TutorialStage 4: Publish    Once the tutorial is published a new output file (.ssf) is generated. This is an...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Publishing a recording   4.1i. To begin Publishing select:         File->Publish-> Publish.   4.2...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Publishing a recording – specifying output type   4.3   Select:i. Publishing Applet Simulation.ii...
RWD Simulator TutorialFLASH Simulation, or DHTML files: Are viewed via web browser and are acollection of technologies use...
RWD Simulator TutorialPublishing a recording – specifying simulation type4.4Select all output types. This ensures all are ...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Publishing a recording – specifying location of output file   4.5         Observe the path locati...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Publishing a recording –finalizing output   4.6i. To finish publishing select: Finish.   4.7   Th...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   Publishing a recording – Preview   4.8   Published material can be previewed.i. Select: File ->Pu...
RWD Simulator Tutorial   4.9   A tutorial type can be chosen for preview. These tutorial types were previously   specified...
RWD Simulator TutorialPublishing a recording – Simulator features in preview4.10Main FeaturesReverse, Play, Pause, Forward...
RWD Simulator TutorialSteps are displayed on the right of your screen and specific bubble instructionsare also displayed.T...
RWD Simulator Tutorial                                    QuestionsSection 11.List and define the 3 recording modes in RWD...
RWD Simulator TutorialAnswers.Section 11.Active window mode: Captures from active windows and windows associated.Images in...
RWD Simulator TutorialFalse. Assessment set up can be amended under Help, Preferences.Section 4.1.True or False?True, a se...
RWD Simulator TutorialReferenceRWD Technologies 2009, RWD Technologies, viewed March 2009<http://www.rwd.com/>;RWD Technol...
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  1. 1. RWD Simulator Tutorial Content 1
  2. 2. RWD Simulator TutorialBackground InformationWho Are RWDSince 1988, RWD Technologies has aided thousands of clients globally toimprove enterprise productivity via its broad range of integrated products andservices.RWD technologies are a front runner of supplying human and operationalperformance improvement solutions that aid employers to capitalize their returnon human capital management, business processes documentation, technologyand knowledge.RWD Technologies headquarters currently based in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, itis a privately held company with over 1200 employees, and over 20 plus officeslocated around the world. Current locations of RWD Technologies around theworld are as follows:UK & Europe (Western, Eastern & Northern regions).USA/Canada,ASIA / Pacific AustraliaSouth America. 2
  3. 3. RWD Simulator TutorialFeatures of RWDProviding training and support for your end users is vital to any businessessuccess. If Training documentation or help material is non existent orinadequate, end-users cannot perform to their maximum capacity that will in turnaffect the overall business performance. Traditionally end-user trainingdocumentation was created by documentation specialist that use to sit-in with theapplication users to capture and document their processes. This method style ofcreating documentation was time consuming and expensive, the distribution ofthe material use to be in hard copy format.Using Info Pack allows business to rapidly produce professional trainingdocumentation and interactive simulations, complete with online help that isalways current and immediately available to the end-users. To create detailedend-user procedures and simulations of computer applications, it is as simple asexecuting a task in any application while RWD Info Pak automatically documentsthe entire procedure producing a recording. A distinctive feature of RWD is thata recording needs to take place only once and necessary documents can beproduced as required from the recording. 3
  4. 4. RWD Simulator TutorialThe parent document created from the recording can be expanded and edited.Sections of the parent document can then be published into separate childdocuments tailored for different users.Therefore the parent document is the central repository for all availableinformation, and child documents contain more specific or only certain pieces ofinformation needed by the trainee.Examples of Child DocumentsWork Instruction: Front matter information, end user procedures with steps, fielddescription help, includes screen flows.Cue Card (HTML only): Dynamic multi-layer document designed specifically forcontext-sensitive help, includes screen flows.Quick Reference (Step): Front matter information, end user steps without screenimages or field definitions.Quick Reference (Flow): Front matter information and screen flow.Exercise: End user training document that includes data for a given procedure,tasks and questions for students to complete.BPP (Business Process Procedure): Mimics the BPP document that comes withan Accelerated SAP (ASAP) implementation. 4
  5. 5. RWD Simulator TutorialBPP (Business Process Procedure): Mimics the ASAP BPP documents andprovides dynamic, multi-layer format designed specifically to context-sensitivehelp.Configuration Document: Lists information such as configuration menu paths,key field changes, and date of configuration change.Test Document: Scenarios that result in system testing.Benefits of Using RWDRWD assists in saving time and money and offers a return on investment intraining for businesses.Time and money are saved for the following reasons:Consistent and high quality training documentation and simulations are producedrapidly;Distribution of the latest information is simplified as information and simulationsare conveniently accessed online or from a central repository;Help desk support costs are reduced as the increased availability of knowledgeprovided by RWD reduces the Gap between human capability and systemcomplexity;Facilitates effective relevant training by: 5
  6. 6. RWD Simulator TutorialProducing consistent, high quality, and relevant output that assists in engagingthe trainees and provides necessary knowledge for trainees to perform at anoptimum level,Ease of access and convenience of training assists in gaining a positiveresponse to a new system, and a rapid transfer of knowledge resulting inoptimum performance sooner. 6
  7. 7. RWD Simulator TutorialRWD ProductsRWD Info Pak provides four utilities that assist in creating and publishing theend-user documentation.1/ RWD Info Pak PublisherPublisher provides powerful functionality that allows you to edit the recordeddocument and include additional information as required. This all-inclusivedocument can then be published to the web, or distributed via online help inseveral formats, or simply printed and distributed as hard copies.2/ RWD Info Pak Simulator 7
  8. 8. RWD Simulator TutorialSimulator creates a simulation during the same recording process. Thesimulation can be edited to include notes, or voice overlays. Simulator can beplayed in four modes:Auto playback mode: replays the task without interaction.Standard mode: guides you through the task with step by step instructions.Self test mode: allows you to attempt the task and provides guidance when anerror is made.Assessment mode: allows results to be captured and integrated into custom orthird party tracking applications. 8
  9. 9. RWD Simulator TutorialRWD Info Pak OmniHelpOmniHelp makes online help available from any application and gives you thehelp you need at the moment it is required. When an end-user is struggling with atask, a simple, on-screen interface provides quick and easy access to kelp that isdirectly related to the current task. Help content can be highly customized toinclude graphs, links and other information associated with specific screens,providing specific information when required.4/ RWD Info Pak AdministratorAdministrator gives you the ability to create a web site based on the trainingmaterial generated by the Publisher. The website can be easily customized andserves as a complete source of training material, simulations, business processdetails, presentation, and additional resource information. 9
  10. 10. RWD Simulator TutorialIntroductionObjectiveTo enable the trainee to:Use main RWD Functions proficiently (setting preferences, recording, editing andpublishing) to create specific and relevant training simulations.Understand the SAP transaction SE17.AssumptionsAll trainees have an SAP Logon / access to SAP.All trainees have some end user experience with SAP.AudienceSAP end users or anyone who is currently developing training programs ormaybe doing so in the future. 10
  11. 11. RWD Simulator Tutorial Stage 1: Preparation Starting Recorder / viewing recorder features 1.1 From the task bar in bottom left hand corner:i. Select: Start RWD Info Pak Simulator  Recorder 1.2 The RWD Tool bar should now be displayed as above.i. Select: Preferences as marked above. Please be sure to take note of all relevant Tool Bar descriptions for relevant functions in this lesson from Left to Right as above are as follows: New File. Open File. Start Recording. Pause Recording. Stop Recording. Simulation Editor. Hide Tool Bar. Preferences. Help. 11
  12. 12. RWD Simulator Tutorial Setting Preferences: Assigning a New file location 1.3 You screen should now display the template tab in the preference screen. It is now necessary to assign a location where RWD Simulator files you create will be located.i. Select Browse next to Default Save Location.ii. Choose a location to save files and take note of this location i.e. Desktop.iii. Select the Recorder tab to continue. 12
  13. 13. RWD Simulator Tutorial Setting Preferences: Recorder 1.4i. Check Search HTML title tags Box.ii. Select Always for Show dialog for multi title tags.iii. Select Always for Prompt for Field Name.iv. Select Active Window Mode for a recording mode.v. Select: Entire Browser Window. At this point please be sure to take note of recording modes. Descriptions are as follows: Active window mode: Captures from active windows and windows associated. Images in your simulation will be of the specific window in use at a given time. Current application mode: Captures interactions with a specific application chosen before recording. Other applications are not included as images in your simulation. 13
  14. 14. RWD Simulator Tutorial Desktop mode: Captures actions taking place on your entire desktop. Images will include all interactions that take place whilst recording on your desktop. The entire desktop and applications will be recorded.vi. Select Entire Browser Window in the HTML Screen shots section.vii. Select Hot-keys Tab. 14
  15. 15. RWD Simulator Tutorial Setting Preferences: Hot key keyboard short cuts 1.5 Check boxes:i. New: ( Shift + C )ii. Open:( Ctrl + O )iii. Record:( Ctrl + R )iv. Pause: ( Ctrl + P )v. Stop: ( Ctrl + S ) At this point be sure to take note of the useful hot key keyboard shortcuts for simulator for each step above.vi. Select: . Preferences settings are complete. Please check with you tutor before proceeding. 15
  16. 16. RWD Simulator Tutorial Creating a new File 1.6i. Select: New File button as above. 1.7i. Enter New File name: G?? (You’re SAP Login).ii. Select Simulator check box.iii. Select: . At this point take note of the Document types described as follows: 16
  17. 17. RWD Simulator TutorialParent Documents: Are a central Document depository, consisting of manysmaller child documents.Child Documents: Can be smaller specific Documents such as publishedversions of your tutorial. 17
  18. 18. RWD Simulator Tutorial Adding document information to a new file 1.8i. For Title Enter SE17G??ii. Enter your first name for Owneriii. For Version Select Preliminary from the drop down box.iv. For Language Select English.v. Enter SE17 for Transaction code (s).vi. Select Additional Information. 18
  19. 19. RWD Simulator Tutorial Adding additional information to a new file. 1.9 Additional Information can be added for the above fields:i. For Keywords enter: SE17 Tutorial. (Keywords will help categorize this tutorial).ii. For Description enter: SE17 Tutorial and Excel Export. (Information can also be entered here to direct trainees to further references i.e. web addresses etc.).iii. Comments and Copyright are not required for the purpose of this exercise but may be added as required if RWD is used in a workplace.iv. Select: . This concludes Stage 1 Preparation. Please check with your tutor before proceeding. 19
  20. 20. RWD Simulator Tutorial Stage 2: Recording Starting a recording 2.1 i.Select the Record Button as marked above. ii.Select to hide the tool bar if not already hidden. Please note you are now recording! Follow Stage 2 exactly as instructed if you require assistance please advise. SAP Log on 2.2i. Select: Start ProgramsSAP SAPGUI for Java  SAPGUI for Java 7.10rev6.ii. Select: Solman and You should now be at your SAP Login Screeniii. Enter 400 for Clientiv. Enter User ID. 20
  21. 21. RWD Simulator Tutorialv. Enter Password.vi. Select: . 21
  22. 22. RWD Simulator TutorialSAP transaction entry2.3i.Enter Transaction Code SE17 in the transaction field.ii.Select: .SAP general table Display2.4 Tables can be displayed by entering their title. Alternatively you candisplay a multiple listing of tables with a wild card variant (*).In this case we are interested in Business Partner information. Some of thetables which contain information relating to Business Partners have a title thatbegins with the letters BUT:i.Enter: BUT*.ii.Select . 22
  23. 23. RWD Simulator TutorialSAP Table Hit list2.5Numerous tables are now displayed on a Hit List. We require table BUT000only, from the displayed Hit List:i.Select BUT000: Business Partner General data I.ii.Select: . 23
  24. 24. RWD Simulator TutorialSAP Table Selection2.6i.Select: . 24
  25. 25. RWD Simulator TutorialSAP Table Field Specification2.7Fields need to be selected from the table to be displayed. These fields will be:Take note of definition / meaning in brackets:CLIENT (CLIENT).PARTNER (PARTNER).LAST NAME (LAST _NAME).FIRST NAME (FIRST_NAME).MARITAL STATUS (MARST).NATIONALITY (NATIO).To select required fields an X needs to be placed in the field’s output box asdisplayed above.i.For the field CLIENT enter an X in the Output Box.Scroll down and repeat for:PARTNER,LAST_NAME,FIRST_NAME,MARST, 25
  26. 26. RWD Simulator TutorialNATIO.You may need to use your Page down key to scroll through the fields.Once complete you are ready to display the fields selected.i.Select: . 26
  27. 27. RWD Simulator TutorialSAP Table Display2.8Review all data in the table displayed. You may need to scroll across to the righthand side of your screen to see all fields specified.i. Select the scroll arrow in bottom right corner to view: . 27
  28. 28. RWD Simulator TutorialImport SAP table to Excel2.9Displayed details can now be saved in excel format.i. Right click inside the table.ii.Select Save to PC File.2.10i.Ensure Spreadsheet format is selected.ii.Select the Green Tick. 28
  29. 29. RWD Simulator Tutorial 2.11 i.In Directory select a location where this can be saved i.e. desktop. ii.In File Name enter a File Name: SE17G??.XLS . iii.Select Generate and the file shall be saved to your selected location. The SAP process is now complete and recording can be stopped. Stop Recording. 2.12i. Select: Stop Recording. To do so you may need to right click on the lower right tool bar to unhide the RWD toolbar and then select Stop. Please note once the recorder has been stopped you are not able to begin recording again unless a new simulation file is created from the beginning. Only a single instance of RWD is supported at any one time. This concludes Stage 2. Please check with your tutor before proceeding. 29
  30. 30. RWD Simulator Tutorial Stage 3: Edit 3.1 Once recording is ceased the simulator should open once stopped and should appear as above. Specifying Lesson Properties 3.2 Lesson properties now need to be specified.i. Select: File then Lesson Properties. 30
  31. 31. RWD Simulator Tutorial 3.3i. Set Rubber Band to Red & check Flashing box as above.ii. Set Wait time to 5 seconds. Please take note of these features: Rubber Band: Is the visual aid that highlights points in a simulation. Wait Time: Is the time of delay between simulation steps or screens.iii. Select OK. 31
  32. 32. RWD Simulator Tutorial Specifying lesson preferences 3.4i. Select: Help Preferences. Specifying lesson preferences-General 3.5i. Ensure Display auto generated note check is selected. This ensures instructional notes are displayed for necessary actions required within in a step.ii. Select the Publishing tab. 32
  33. 33. RWD Simulator Tutorial Specifying lesson preferences-Publishing 3.6 The Simulation Type and the Assessment Setup can be specified. Simulation Typei. Ensure all Simulation types are selected. This ensures all options are available for publishing. Check boxes for: Auto playback mode, Standard mode, Self test mode, Assessment mode. Please take note of Simulation type characteristics: Auto playback mode: Replays the task without interaction by the student. Standard mode: Guides the trainee through the task with step by step and specific instructions. Instructions are provided in the form of notes, audio, rubber 33
  34. 34. RWD Simulator Tutorial band objects. The trainee can also skip steps by selecting certain desired steps only. Self test mode: The trainee attempts all steps and tasks on their own without specific instruction. Hints for non-essential information can be provided if this is specified. An accuracy score is provided upon completion. Assessment mode: The trainee attempts all steps and tasks on their own without specific instruction. Hints for non-essential information can be provided if this is specified. Test results can be displayed at a URL if required. Assessment setup If an Assessment Tutorial is planned assessment settings may need to be adjusted. Features requiring adjustment could be: Passing grade: The passing grade score out of 100 can be adjusted. Show Hints: This can be turned on or off by checking the applicable box. URL: This is a location where results can displayed and viewed. Direct post : Selecting direct post will send the results from a Tutorial directly to the URL without results being shown to the student first.ii. Press OK to proceed. 34
  35. 35. RWD Simulator Tutorial Editing Steps recorded 3.7 Details of the steps and screens can be edited.i. Right click and select Edit Step. Please note the editing features such as amending bubble text shall be overviewed and the complete process can be undertaken outside this session as desired. 35
  36. 36. RWD Simulator TutorialEditing Steps recorded – specifying step properties3.8When edit step is selected as in previous the Step properties screen willappear as above. Please observe functions described below. i. Screen Title and Step text can be edited by selecting applicable areas and text can be added or amended. ii. Help Text can be changed by checking the Step Specific Text button. Text can then be added or amended. 36
  37. 37. RWD Simulator Tutorial iii. The time length for steps can be adjusted in Auto play back mode by selecting Step Specific button and then adjusting the time length.iv. To proceed Select OKEditing Steps recorded-Adjusting Bubble text and size3.9Other features in Editor.Tutorial notes that appear for each step can also be edited by double clickingthe Bubble. Text can then be entered and formatted accordingly. The size andposition of the bubble notes can also be altered by clicking and dragging edges.This concludes Stage 3. Please check with your tutor before proceeding. 37
  38. 38. RWD Simulator TutorialStage 4: Publish Once the tutorial is published a new output file (.ssf) is generated. This is anexample of a child document created from the original parent simulator filecreated (.ss).Published output is saved separately from the original parent file by RWD in aseparate folder. 38
  39. 39. RWD Simulator Tutorial Publishing a recording 4.1i. To begin Publishing select: File->Publish-> Publish. 4.2i. Select: No. 39
  40. 40. RWD Simulator Tutorial Publishing a recording – specifying output type 4.3 Select:i. Publishing Applet Simulation.ii. Publish on Local Area Network.iii. OK. Please note the types of output that can be published that are listed above are categorized as either static or interactive and are described as follows: Static Tutorials: Are instructional documents these include: MS Word Documents and HTML Documents (Hyper Text Markup Language, is the commonly used markup language for web pages). These are known as documents are instructional. Interactive: Allow for interaction between the trainee and the Tutorial via web browser these include:. Applets Simulation (JAVA): Are viewed via web browser. Applets are used to provide interactive features to web applications that cannot be provided by HTML. 40
  41. 41. RWD Simulator TutorialFLASH Simulation, or DHTML files: Are viewed via web browser and are acollection of technologies used together to create interactive and animated websites. FLASH output requires a player to be installed. 41
  42. 42. RWD Simulator TutorialPublishing a recording – specifying simulation type4.4Select all output types. This ensures all are available for future use as required.i. Standard Tutorial.ii. Auto Playback Tutorial.iii. Self Test Tutorial.iv. Select Assessment Tutorialv. Create SCORM Compliant zip file.vi. OK.Publishing Wizard may now take a moment to run. 42
  43. 43. RWD Simulator Tutorial Publishing a recording – specifying location of output file 4.5 Observe the path location. As this is a child document it will be located separately from the Parent as mentioned at the beginning of Publishing Section.i. Select Next. 43
  44. 44. RWD Simulator Tutorial Publishing a recording –finalizing output 4.6i. To finish publishing select: Finish. 4.7 The message above will appear confirming successful publishing. Select OK. You have now published the first version of a tutorial. This can be previewed in the next step. 44
  45. 45. RWD Simulator Tutorial Publishing a recording – Preview 4.8 Published material can be previewed.i. Select: File ->Publish->Preview. 45
  46. 46. RWD Simulator Tutorial 4.9 A tutorial type can be chosen for preview. These tutorial types were previously specified in the publishing tab of lesson preferences & in publishing wizardi. Select AutoPlayback tutorial and observe the previewed output 46
  47. 47. RWD Simulator TutorialPublishing a recording – Simulator features in preview4.10Main FeaturesReverse, Play, Pause, Forward and stop can be chosen to control thetutorial.Specific bubble instructions are also displayed. 47
  48. 48. RWD Simulator TutorialSteps are displayed on the right of your screen and specific bubble instructionsare also displayed.This now Concludes the tutorial, please move onto thequestions . 48
  49. 49. RWD Simulator Tutorial QuestionsSection 11.List and define the 3 recording modes in RWD?2.List and define the 2 document types generated by RWD?3.List 3 hot keys and their functions.Section 21.What does MARST mean / stand for?2.True or False?Once the recorder is stopped, recording can be resumed by pressing recordagain.3.Are multiple variants of RWD supported at any one time?Section 3.1.Where are rubber band settings amended?2.List the 4 simulation types.3.True of False? Assessment setup can be amended under lesson properties.Section 4.1.True or False?When a tutorial is published a separate child document is created.2.List the main difference between standard and self test simulation type modes.3.List static and interactive Tutorial types? 49
  50. 50. RWD Simulator TutorialAnswers.Section 11.Active window mode: Captures from active windows and windows associated.Images in your simulation will be of the specific window in use at a given time.Current application mode: Captures interactions with a specific applicationchosen before recording. Other applications are not included as images in yoursimulation.Desktop mode: Captures actions taking place on your entire desktop. Imageswill include all interactions that take place whilst recording on your desktop. Theentire desktop and applications will be recorded.2.Parent & Child3.New: ( Shift + C )Open:( Ctrl + O )Record:( Ctrl + R )Pause: ( Ctrl + P )Stop: ( Ctrl + S )Section 21.Marital status2.False. Recording can not be resumed, it must be started over.3.No, only a single.Section 3.1.File, Lesson Properties2.Auto playback mode,Standard mode,Self test mode,Assessment mode.3. 50
  51. 51. RWD Simulator TutorialFalse. Assessment set up can be amended under Help, Preferences.Section 4.1.True or False?True, a separate document is published and saved separately.2.Standard guides you step by step. Self test means you must attempt stepswithout guidance at first, guidance is only offered if specified when an error ismade.3.StaticStatic Tutorials:MS Word Documents and HTML Documents (Hyper Text Markup Language,Interactive: Applets Simulation (JAVA), FLASH Simulation, or DHTML files. 51
  52. 52. RWD Simulator TutorialReferenceRWD Technologies 2009, RWD Technologies, viewed March 2009<http://www.rwd.com/>;RWD Technologies: Enterprise Learning solutions 2005, Overview ofInfopak, pdf document, RWD Technologies , viewed March 2009,<http://www.rwd.com/>;RWD Infopak Tutorials 2008, VUT BCO5651 ERP ImplementationsClass previous years tutorials provided by tutor A. Stein as areference, viewed March 2009. 52

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