Hi Kanti,

You can also add a "Show me" link by means of a hyperlink. You can put this
hyperlink on text or on a "Show me" button.

The hypertext command looks like this:

message openfile my_flash_demo.swf

If you click this hyperlink in your PDF, the Flash movie will be opened in
its own window.

Good luck

Yves Barbion
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On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 4:32 PM, <Kanti.Mann at schange.com> wrote:

> Two questions regarding the Adobe TW suite, which I'm evaluating.
> I played around with Adobe Captivate to create a small flash file
> desribing screen motions in my application.
> I wanted to add a "Show Me" link in my Frame doc.  But, the only way I
> found to do that was to
> include the movie in a graphic frame, which isn't what I want.
> Is there a way to just launch the video, and not include an entire movie
> in a graphics frame, which is odd
> in a printed PDF?
> Also, having never used RoboHelp before, I'm willing to go through the
> learning curve to create the
> Help files, but have been unable to locate info for my developers to learn
> how to launch the Help files.
> Pointers, books, explanations appreciated.
> And yes, I've tried searching MS and Adobe sites.
> Thanks.
> Kanti
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