The "Captivator" may want to come in here when he wakes up but I think this is down to a bit of experimentation inside Captivate. You may want to play around with a custom capture screen size as the first step of your capture. You'll have to bear in mind the window size of your help file and the screen resolution used by you and your users.
Read the RoboColum(n).
I can think of two things:
- You can resize your Captivate Project, so your output is smaller. In the Project menu, choose Resize project. The downside is that your images may become blurry and you'll have to check all your notes and highlights.
- You can hide the navpane when the page loads. This gives the demo more vertical space, but you'll still have to scroll vertically. To hide the menu, change the <body> tag with: <body onLoad="showHidePane()" onUnload="syncWithShow()"> With this, the navpane is hidden when the page loads, and the pane TOC loads when you leave the page. A user can alway load the pane again by clicking the menu button.
So instead of inserting your Captivate demo into an existing RoboHelp topic you may import the HTML page that Captivate created and link to that so it appears in a new window independent of the help system.
Helpful and Handy Links