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Saving and Publishing in Flash

NOTE: You must have the Flash application to open the .fla files found here. A 30-day trial version is available at Macromedia. If you have any trouble downloading the .fla files, save them to your computer, open Flash and then open the .fla file. Download the Flash Player.

Example 1: Simple Flash Button - - - Download the Flash file (.fla)
(Click on the circle to activate the button.)  Go back to Lesson One



Example 2: Flash button sending you to a URL - - - Download the Flash file (.fla)
(Click on the circle to activate the button.)  Go back to Lesson Two

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Example 3: A Movie in a Button - - - Download the Flash file (.fla)
(Click on the circle to activate the button.)  Go back to Lesson Three

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Example 4: Movie from a graphic symbol - - Download the Flash file (.fla)  
Go back to Lesson Four

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Example 5: Movie in a Button symbol - - Download the Flash file (.fla)
(Click on the red balloon to activate the button.)  Go back to Lesson Five

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Example 6: Shape Tween Example - - - Download the Flash file (.fla)
Go back to Lesson Six

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Example 7: Motion Tween Example - - - Download the Flash file (.fla)
  Go back to Lesson Seven

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Example 8: Animating along a Path -- Download the Flash file (.fla)
Go back to Lesson Eight

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Example 9: Frame by Frame Animation using Onion Skin - - Download the Flash file (.fla)
Go back to Lesson Nine

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The above examples are simple and basic. Good for beginners. For a look at more time-consuming and sophisticated Flash examples, visit:
The All Around Austin site where the snow globe is a Flash file, and
The Moonlight Prowl site.

Be creative and have fun with Flash!

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