The Flash MX component architecture introduces a powerful and flexible way to leverage existing code, both your own and that written by others. The opportunity to develop Flash components to be reused by others is limited only by your imagination. Learning how to use these components, however, should not be left up to your users imagination. As more components become available it is important that both developers and designers be able to easily make use of them.
This article describes the process required to create help files for custom built Flash components and seamlessly integrate them into the Flash MX environment. In the next sections, you will learn how Flash help files are organized and how to create them for your custom-built components.
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