Swapping Framesets

I have looked thru several solutions here, but am not sure they fit what I am looking for. I have 2 framesets, I have 2 pages and 2 outlines to correspond. I want the left frame which has a series of views to swap out to the virtually identical frameset with a set of different views. I had created an entry in the outline which looked to the other framset, but it ends up lying on top of the first set. How do I swap between the framsets?

the names are bb_frameset    and    alt_bb_frameset
left_frame (navigation elements)
right_frame (view location)
 
jforget1Asked:
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Bill-HansonCommented:
In the outline entry, try setting the target frame to "_top" (no quotes).
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jforget1Author Commented:
Perfect, I saw the stuff related to _top, but thought that was related to top/bottom setups. Thanks for the help.
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