Open the program and search for a keyword -> click on Find:
If any tutorials were found: select one and click on Open:
Click on Start tutorial and follow the instructions on the screen:
For example, open the program "Microsoft Word" -> open the program Tut-All
-> the software will automatically recognize it and calculate the next step
You will be asked to follow further steps. In this case, to click:
Execute all steps "within the program" until the Tut-All interface reappears.
Open the program and click on Create new tutorial.
Click on Start recording.
It is recording now -> all mouse clicks and keyboard input are being recorded in the background. You only have to switch to the program you want to create the tutorial for and then execute the necessary steps.
You can access Tut-All again by hovering the mouse over the rectangle shown in the bottom right corner.
To stop recording, just click on Stop.
Subsequently, you need to enter some data for the tutorial. The displayed dialog gives you detailed information about what you can do. The necessary information you have to submit is listed below:
As soon as the editor is displayed, you can edit all tutorial steps:
Here are the most important steps:
1. Go to the next step:
2. Mouse clicks are shown as they will be shown within the tutorial, the text can be modified.
3. Tut-All tries to automatically take over as much as possible, including the detection of the rectangle. Should this not work, it will be indicated as shown below. You can modify the size of the rectangle by drawing it just into the form you want it to be.
4. When entering a text, a check box will appear on the right in which you can mark text as optional. By doing so, the user can enter any text without being bound to former input.
When you are at the end of the tutorial steps (the Continue button is gray), close the editor via the File -> close menu.
The next step requires you to name the program and the version you created the tutorial for. Here, the following aspects are necessary:
A new dialog appears where you are asked to give some information to the tutorial itself: