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Data Files for PC/Windows Users

Below are links to data files available for download listed by software title. The specific data files you need are described in your book's About This Book section.

Note: If you have older versions of our books, the instructions in the About This Book section refer to downloading and running an EXE file. More and more, EXE files are blocked by corporate Firewalls. As of February 2021, we have begun phasing out EXE files in favor of ZIPS. The links below now point to ZIP versions of our data assets whenever possible. Over time, all EXE files mentioned in our books will be replaced with ZIP versions.

Adobe Captivate Data Files

Adobe Captivate 2019: 4th Edition Books (Released in 2023)

  • Captivate 2019: The Essentials (4th Edition, Supports Captivate version 11.8.1 or newer) [This book was published in March 2023.]
  • Captivate 2019: Beyond the Essentials (4th Edition, Captivate version 11.8.1 or newer)  [This book is in development. The expected publishing date is April 2023.]

Adobe Captivate 2019: 3rd Books

Adobe Captivate 2019: 2nd Edition Books

Adobe Captivate 2019 Books

Captivate Data Files for Older Versions of Our Books

ATD Certificate Program Data Files

Adobe Presenter Data Files

Adobe RoboHelp Data Files

Articulate Rise Data Files

Articulate Storyline Data Files

There are multiple versions of Storyline available and we're constantly updating our books to keep up with Articulate. Refer to the "About This Book" section of your book to ensure you download the data files appropriate for your book and software version.

The Essentials: Data Files for our Articulate Storyline versions 3 and/or 360 Books

Beyond the Essentials: Data Files for our Articulate Storyline versions 3 or 360 Books

Legacy Storyline Book Assets


iSpring Suite Data Files

Techsmith Camtasia Data Files

Technical Communication Suite Data Files

Microsoft Word Data Files

[From the Essentials of eLearning Development live, online class taught by Jennie Ruby] "I learned so much in the class and recommend it to someone that is just starting out in eLearning."
Shervon Lewis