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Thank you [mouser, Ath] for your expertise and experience. Utilizing powerful software can be a challenge, and your replies are most appreciated. <Subject resolved>

I gather that you may be able to conceal/reveal captions and make embedded links in captions clickable in images, by using FotoTagger.
I have not needed to use that feature myself, but I have used the software occasionally over a number of years. The latest version seems better (more features) than my (old) version.
Pretty impressive examples of use here:

Wow, cool IainB, FotoTagger is impressive!

Wow, cool IainB, FotoTagger is impressive!
-cmpm (July 08, 2013, 12:19 PM)
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Yes, it is, isn't it? It has a quirky and unique functionality set.
What I especially like is the appreciation that there is "knowledge" in an image and that you can add to that knowledge - e.g., with tags and captions.
The FotoTagger approach seems to be a proprietary approach/format, however, so I have not committed to using it as my standard, though I am sorely tempted with the most recent version of the software. In fact "standards" with image tags and suchlike are a bit of a confused mess - as I mentioned here: On the lack of standardisation in "tagging".

I have long regarded images as data, and especially images with text in them. What may not be widely appreciated is that images saved as TIFF files are OCRed, indexed and searchable by the Windows7 OS - so you can, for example, scan a document to a TIFF file, and it becomes data and an image, or if you use SSC to write some notes into an image, and then save it as a TIFF file, then that image also becomes data. At present, OCRed data in a TIFF file is not copyable though - except if you save any image with text in it to MS OneNote, whereupon you can immediately copy all the OCRed text to the Clipboard, or view it as "Alternative Text", and then copy that to the clipboard - as below in the example of OneNote Alt Text of an image with embedded text from a SSC edit:

By the way, you can search for that image's Alt Data text from the Windows Start search bar - which automatically searches and indexes OneNote Notebooks.
(Additionally, you can search for words/phrases in an audio file that you have saved into OneNote.)
Pretty nifty.


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