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Author: Jessamin Swearingen | Website:

Let's take a look at how Flash let's you work with Scenes.

If you look in the upper left hand corner of the Flash window you'll notice an icon that shows you what scene you're in.

Look in the upper right hand corner to see how many scenes are in your movie.

Put your mouse over Window use the Window > Inspector > Scene command.

You can easily "Inspect" your scenes. I like this command to rename my scenes and organise my information.

Put your mouse over Insert Use the Insert > Scene command. You might want to use the steps above to organize and "clean up" your scenes.

Remember to name all layers and symbols as best as you can! It will only make future design and organisation issues easier to remember and "Debug".

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Added: 1999-12-20
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