An Observation Made While Publishing a Tutorial in Articulate
Let me share some creepy observation, which I happened to notice, while publishing a tutorial. When you publish something in Articulate, it is almost like your system has some hysteria or fever. I was publishing a module in Articulate. I opened a web page, copied a text, and tried to paste it in a Microsoft Outlook e-mail, while Articulate was publishing a PowerPoint file with more than some sixty slides. What got pasted was an image, (it was actually an object in one of the slides, which I came to notice later).
I scrutinized everything with care. I found that the pasted images are objects or images in the tutorial itself. Discussing this impish thing with my colleague, he suggested that it could be because the file was getting published.
I tried some more experiments. Without copying anything, I just tried the usual short cut CTRL + V. Each time I tried it, I got different images pasted, (obviously, everything was from the tutorial ).
I assume that, this is because, when publishing a PowerPoint object in Articulate, each object is undergoing a copying and pasting activity automatically. So, if you just try CTRL + V, that is like manually pasting the object, which is recently copied and collected to the clipboard by Articulate.
Inviting your suggestions and explanations
You may read about it in detail here