Have a look at TimeSavers + Layers Assistant

TimeSavers + Forms Assistant is another idea:

Baruch Brodersen

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[mailto:framers-bounces at] On Behalf Of Martinek, Carla
Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2009 9:10 PM
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Subject: Highlighting specific components in a graphic in a PDF

- Maintenance Manual for a printer.
- Framemaker 8 source files on WinXP.
- 2-D exploded diagram graphics pulled from the CAD system. Each diagram
has parts from multiple kits in it. Files created in CorelDraw and/or
- Documents distributed via PDFs on a CD, although they are also
formatted for print.
- Currently using Acrobat 8 Pro.

The product manager wants the writer (not me) to draw boxes around the
various parts in the exploded diagram to highlight what's in specific
kits. (Never mind that the components of each kit are called out in
another section, with their own graphics..)

Instead of doing this and crowding up a graphic that already has bunches
of parts and lines, I'm thinking that there is a way to create a graphic
that when we mouse over a legend indicating different kit numbers, the
appropriate parts will highlight in the PDF.

Any suggestions?

cmartinek - zebra - com

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