Change wording in Table of Contents

In the Table of Contents is it possible to change the text that says "Slide Title" to something else?
Thanks.

I don't think Steve is talking about Slide Labels in the Properties tab.  He's mentioned Table of Contents.  I believe he's referring to the heading in the TOC that says: Slide Title
If so, then the workaround to change this is to use the same trick that people use when localising these TOC strings for different language outputs.
Just create a text file with the following text in it.
[TOCStrings]
SlideTitle=Module
Duration=Time
ClearToolTip=Wipe State
BookMarkToolTip=book-marking
NoSearch=String not found
CurrTime=what
Name this file as TOCStrings.ini and save it in the folder in which Adobe Captivate is installed. Default path where Adobe Captivate is installed is “C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Captivate 6”.
For more information, Please refer to the blog post
http://blogs.adobe.com/captivate/2009/02/changing_default_captions_in_ t.html
Rod Ward
http://www.infosemantics.com.au/troubleshoot-adobe-captivate

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