We had this problem on the Mac version and the way we fixed it is to set
your document properties in Acrobat to say show Single Page layout. This way
when you click on your crossreference field, it will show the whole figure
and title.

I hope this helps...

Brenda L. Waltermeyer
Lead Desktop Publisher
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
National Security Technology Department
Visual Information, Editorial, and Web Services, STB-4 Section
Room 8-375
Phone: (443) 778-8748

> From: Steve Rickaby <srickaby at wordmongers.demon.co.uk>
> Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2007 19:18:55 +0000
> To: John Posada <jposada01 at yahoo.com>
> Cc: <framers at FrameUsers.com>
> Subject: Re: I want the crossreference to show the whole image
> At 10:33 -0800 17/1/07, John Posada wrote:
>> In FM 7.2, when I enter a cross-reference to an image, then PDF the
>> book (7.0.9), the caption, which is on the botton of the image, is
>> displayed at the top of the page when the cross-reference is clicked.
>> This means that the image is off the top of the display and I need to
>> scroll up to see the image.
>> Assuming the placement of the image caption isn't going to change
>> from bottom to top, anyone have a tip on how to have the image
>> display when the crossreferenced caption is displayed?
> Hoe about creating an invisible target above the image and cross-referencing
> to that instead?
> -- 
> Steve
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