How to Do Everything with Macromedia Flash(TM) MX

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Animate, and activate! Draw energy and attention to your Web site by incorporating all manner of motion, animation, sound, active text, rollovers, and more. This resource offers a wealth of knowledge to help get you going.
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Overview

Animate, and activate! Draw energy and attention to your Web site by incorporating all manner of motion, animation, sound, active text, rollovers, and more. This resource offers a wealth of knowledge to help get you going.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780641629853
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 5/24/2002
  • Series: How to Do Everything Series
  • Pages: 521
  • Product dimensions: 7.60 (w) x 8.92 (h) x 1.33 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Pt. I Learn the Building Blocks of Flash
Ch. 1 Examine the Dynamic Features of Flash MX 3
Ch. 2 Get to Know the Flash Workspace 19
Pt. II Add Graphic Elements to Your Flash Movies
Ch. 3 Incorporate Graphic Objects into Your Flash Movie 53
Ch. 4 Design with Text 83
Ch. 5 Manipulate Graphics and Text 105
Ch. 6 Use Graphic Symbols, Instances, and Libraries 143
Ch. 7 Add Pictures, Video, and Sound to Your Flash Movies 169
Pt. III Lay the Groundwork for Flash Interactivity
Ch. 8 Learn the Basics of Flash Animation 213
Ch. 9 Incorporate Motion Tweening into Your Design 229
Ch. 10 Use Shape Tweening to Animate 257
Ch. 11 Grasp the Concept Behind Buttons and Movie Clips 275
Pt. IV Lay the Groundwork for Flash Interactivity
Ch. 12 Use ActionScript to Create Simple Interactivity 305
Ch. 13 ActionScript in Complex Interactions 333
Pt. V Move Full-Throttle Into ActionScript
Ch. 14 Creative Programming in ActionScript 371
Ch. 15 Experiment with More Complex ActionScript 397
Ch. 16 Test and Publish Your Flash Movies 455
App. A: Flash Resource Guide 493
App. B Frequently Used Shortcut Keyboard Commands 503
Index 507
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2003

    Its ok

    It an ok title. I knew very little before the reading the book. After reading I did know more, but felt like there should have been better examples.

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