I do not know, if I understand you correctly.
You can change, if all your graphics in your document should be shown or hidden.
In the View menu click Options. Then activate or deactivate Graphics.
This option affects not only imported graphics files, but also all objects which are created with the Graphics tools.
Or you can set up condition tags, with one called ScreenShots assigned to the anchored frames containing the screen shots, and then use Special > Conditional Text > Show/Hide Conditional Text to manage their display.
My guess is desireed wants to generate a pdf from their Frame project, which shows a button (or somesuch) that will allow the user to show/hide the screenshot.
Sorry - it was the weekend here. The attached is what I want to do. When you click that link, it shows the screen capture below the text.
Thank you so much.
Hi desireed... unfortunately, no attachment.
Use this button to add the screen capture:
Hopefully this works.
Sorry - I was adding it from my outlook email. duhhh
No worries! Do you want to be able to click that button in a PDF to toggle the display on the screen shot off and on? (If so, jagged peak wins the guessing game. )
You can set up show/hide fields to accomplish this in Adobe Acrobat (not free Adobe Reader and not in FrameMaker).
Yes. I have the 2015 Framemaker manual but I don't know what to look for.
Thanks for your patience
I have the 2015 Framemaker manual but I don't know what to look for.
To clarify, this is not something you can set up in FrameMaker. You can use Show/Hide Fields command in Adobe Acrobat to enable the user to click the button to show/hide the screen shot.