I received an email from a new Captivate developer who was having a hate-hate relationship with the click sounds he was hearing in his Adobe Captivate demonstrations and simulations. He told me that in his demonstrations, the mouse was making an obnoxious click sound when a click occurred. In his simulations, the same click sound was heard every time the learner clicked a click box.
To disable the mouse click sound in a software demonstration, select the mouse pointer on any slide. On the Properties panel,Options group, deselect Mouse Click Sound.
If you've created a software simulation with click boxes, you can easily get rid of the click sound for a single click box, or all of the click boxes in the project. First, select a click box on any slide. Then, on the Properties panel, Options group, select Disable click sound.
If you'd like this change to affect every click box in the project, click the drop-down menu in the upper right of the Options group and choose Apply to all items of this type.
If you'd like to see a demonstration showing how to remove the mouse click sound from interactive objects and the mouse, check out the video I created on IconLogic's YouTube channel.