Flash CS3 For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 13, 2007 - Computers - 408 pages
Pack pizzazz into your Web sites with Flash!

Start with simple animation, or create whole pages in Flash

The newest version of Flash offers all sorts of cool options for designing Web sites that stand out from the crowd, and this handy guide makes it easy. Enhance your site with animated graphics, boxes, or buttons; morph shapes; create text with exotically changing colors; add sound or video; and watch visitors flock to your site!

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Part I A Blast of Flash
7
Part II 1000 Pictures and 1000 Words
45
Part III Getting Symbolic
149
Part IV Total FlashoRama
183
Part V The Movie and the Web
251
Part VI The Part of Tens
313
Part VII Appendixes
341
Index
369
Copyright

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Ellen Finkelstein has written numerous bestselling computer books on AutoCAD, PowerPoint, and Flash. She also writes articles on these programs for Web sites, e-zines, and magazines. The seven editions of her AutoCAD Bible have sold more than 80,000 copies in the United States and abroad. As an Adjunct Instructor of Management she teaches e-Business and Human Resource Management courses. She writes at home so that she can take the bread out of the oven on time.

Gurdy Leete has been working as a computer animator, computer animation software engineer, and teacher of computer animation since 1981. He has been teaching Flash and other computer animation programs for 15 years at Maharishi University of Management, where he is an Assistant Professor of Art. You can see his art on the Web at www.infinityeverywhere.net.

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