Hi Anita, Let's say your current anchored frame object is oAFrame. You can use this to scroll it into view.
Set oPgf = oAFrame.TextLoc.Object; Find TextRange(oPgf) ScrollTo; Then you can use a YesNo message box. MsgBox Mode(YesNo) Button(iButton) 'Do you want to move this frame?'; If iButton = YesButton // Branch to code to fix frame. Else // Continue loop to find next frame. EndIf Rick Quatro Carmen Publishing 585-659-8267 www.frameexpert.com Hi all -- Framescript question--Frame 7.0p579, FrameScript 4.1R2. I have a script that moves through a book and sets the left margin of each graphic to a certain distance based on the context of the anchored frame. The basic logic is: If the preceding paragraph tag is A, set the margin to X. If it's B, set it to Y ... and so on. This part works great. I now have a book that requires individual inspection of each graphic. I need to see it to know whether to change it. The problem is that when my existing script runs, it doesn't bring each anchored frame into view in the Frame window. All I see is the first page of the document and a bunch of flickering as the graphics are changed. Is there a way to get the focus of the window to change as part of the script, so that I just click Yes or No for each frame? I'd rather not have to scroll manually to each anchored frame. Thanks for any wisdom! Anita Anita Maria Gutierrez Principal Curriculum Developer Sage Software 15195 NW Greenbrier Parkway Beaverton, Oregon 97006 (503) 439-7286