This is a little extra effort, but should solve your problem:
* Create a paragraph format for the caption that is the
cross-reference source which appears at the top of the graphic. Set
the text color White.
* Create a cross-reference to the white caption paragraph below the
graphic; tag it with your standard caption paragraph format.
* Point cross-references in text to the white caption paragraph.
At 8:16 AM -0700 5/30/06, Don and Judy wrote:
>I have discovered a problem when generating PDF's from my illustrated book.
>Ignorant of proper frame technique at the outset, I created anchored frames
>through importing graphics and captioned them with a separate paragraph
>immediately following the anchored frame. These captions are numbered and
>cross referred to occasionally in the text.
>The cross references function fine in the generated PDF files except for one
>When the link is clicked, Adobe Reader pops the linked text to the top of
>the viewing page, exactly at the top, so that the illustration is up and out
>of view. All that is visible is the caption text at the very top line. The
>reader must scroll upward to see the picture.
>In my experiments to cure this problem and allow the illustration to come
>into view when the link is clicked, I have used tables with the caption
>beneath. The result is the same. Only when the caption is placed ABOVE THE
>ILLUSTRATION, whether with a table inclusion or just by formatting as the
>caption that paragraph mark to which the frame is anchored, can I get the
>PDF to show the illustration with the link.
>I don't really mind this work-around, except that placing a caption above an
>illustration is very nonstandard and may require an explanation in the