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Introduction to Flash, Part 2: Graphics, Animation, Sound & Interactivity Janet Davis April 30, 2008 For audio call Toll Free 1 - 888-886-3951 and use PIN/code 756501
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What is a symbol in Flash? A library item that can be replicated More than 1 symbol can exist in any keyframe at the same time. The three kinds of symbols are Graphic Symbols, Buttons, and Movie Clips Graphic Symbols contain only artwork and have no animations inside Button Symbols are where you attach scripting commands to produce interactivity Movie clip symbols contain animations
Motion Tweens The object being moved must be a symbol. Click the keyframe in the timeline first to orient the Property Inspector to frame-related commands. Select Motion in the tween window of the Property Inspector. Insert a keyframe in the timeline several frames ahead of the original keyframe. Move the object on the stage to its destination.