Hi, Judy: On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 12:55 PM, Judy<judy at hypack.com> wrote: > Peter, > You win the prize! ?I had a text frame covering the entire chart. ?I often > inadvertently copy by continuing to hold the Ctrl key while I attempt to > move a frame. ?I'm sure that must've happened and I didn't notice.
Been there, done that, trained people not to do that. A good way to learn how to fix mistakes is to make them<G>. > Thanks for solving the mystery and saving me a ton of time! You're welcome! Regards, Peter __________________ Peter Gold KnowHow ProServices > Judy > > Peter Gold wrote: >> >> Is it possible that either you've imported the PDF of the chart into >> the frame that held the drawn graphic chart, or you've inadvertently >> copied a frame on top of the frame that contains the chart? I suspect >> this happened when you dragged the frame on the master page, if, while >> you held Ctrl to change the text pointer to the graphic pointer in >> order to select the frame, you dragged the frame with Ctrl still >> pressed. >> >> HTH >> >> Regards, >> >> Peter >> __________________ >> Peter Gold >> KnowHow ProServices >> >> On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 9:53 AM, Art Campbell<art.campbell at gmail.com> >> wrote: >> >>> >>> Try keying in: >>> ?Esc F l k >>> >>> the file lock command toggle, and see if anything changes. You should >>> see the menus change immediately and be able to work in the file. >>> >>> If nothing at all happens, do it a second time to toggle it off. >>> >>> Art Campbell >>> ? ? ? ? ? ? ?art.campbell at gmail.com >>> ?"... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 >>> Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson >>> ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? No disclaimers apply. >>> ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?DoD 358 >>> >>> >>> >>> On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 9:23 AM, Judy Bragg<judy at hypack.com> wrote: >>> >>>> >>>> I'm using FM8 to build PDF documents >>>> Yesterday, I spent quite a while building a flowchart. ?Each step is a >>>> hotspot that takes them to the relavant topic in the manual. ?I got it done >>>> just in time to insert it to the manual, PDF it and send it to tech. >>>> support. >>>> Today, I'd like to take that flowchart and modify it for a similar >>>> program. ?My problem is that, for some reason, it acts like a view only >>>> document. ?I can select the text box from the master page and I can select >>>> the graphic frame in which I drew the flowchart, but I can't select the >>>> component parts of the flowchart itself. ?I've tried both methods of >>>> toggling the View Only property and the button in the Hypertext dialog >>>> changes back and forth. ?Unfortunately, when (according to the status of >>>> the >>>> button) the document should be editable, I still can't edit my flow chart. >>>> Does anyone out there have any ideas what else I could try? >>>> Thanks in advance for your wisdom and help! >>>> Judy Bragg >>>> Technical Writer >>>> Hypack, Inc. >>>> judy at hypack.com >>>> >> >> >> >