Yes, it is Unstructured. I will be getting into Structure soon, though.
I will give this a shot. Thanks much to you and all who responded.
David Spreadbury wrote:
> You don't say whether you are using Structured or Unstructured.
> If using Structured, try changing your cross-reference format to point
> to the Figure and not the Caption. This will cause the jump to stop at
> the anchored frame which is immediately above the figure.
> If using Unstructured, create a Paragraph Format for your anchored
> frames, i.e., Figure.
> --- On *Thu, 1/1/09, Jack DeLand /<jdeland1 at comcast.net>/* wrote:
> From: Jack DeLand <jdeland1 at comcast.net>
> Subject: Jumping to Figure Captions
> To: framers at lists.frameusers.com
> Date: Thursday, January 1, 2009, 12:31 PM
> I inherited about 1,000 figures. Jumps are made from text to the figure
> cations, style "Caption." Problem is, the captions are underneath
> figures, most of which are large, and the window scrolls the caption to
> the top of the page, which of course means the figure is "lost."
> getting complaints from our testers.
> Is there an automated way to fix this situation so that the figure will
> stay visible, i.e., not scroll up? I'm sure I could redo it with
> markers, but that's a great deal of work, as you might imagine.
> p.s. This is the most informative list I've ever been on. Thanks and
> Happy New Year to all!
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