In ADDITION to following the advice in the previous scaling post you’ll want to make some changes to the .htm file that is Published to get your content to scale properly in Moodle. In my test case, I published for SCORM 1.2 and there were some additional tags that needed to be removed in the Captivate .htm file. The .htm file was based off of the SCORM 1.2 publishing template… which looks very different from the default template. Do a search for “center” and remove these two lines in addition to the advice in the previous scaling post:
When you set up your Moodle course and you’re displaying your course in the “current window” (instead of new window), then make sure you set the course window’s width to 100%.
Height is important too. Since in my case, I was displaying the course in the current window, I needed to choose a height that everyone could live with. My Captivate course was 1020 wide x 831 high which forces folks with smaller desktop resolution to scroll to see the whole course. I decided to choose a height of 600 so everyone can view the course comfortably knowing it would scale perfectly to that size.