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Author: burglar_87 | Website: http://partsandacces.2ya.com

Adding the Explosion effect

Scrool down in the navagator menu to Object effects, and then choose Explosion.

There are many types of explosions to choose from. Double clikc on any one you would like.

When you click the Explosion and when you scrool to a different frame in the

Time line control (located on the tope, it is the line thing). It should look like its exploding.

Once when you're Satisfied you can then make it a .swf file right there and then,

or you can make it an image file and import it to flash where you can do more stuff to it.

In this tutorial we import it to flash and make it into a .gif file and put it in flash.

After you save it open the file in flash.

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Added: 2002-10-12
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