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Author: Adrian Wherry | Website:

Add a key frame to frame 1 of the layer 'buttons' and import your button using the method described earlier and convert it into a symbol as before. You will then need to add how ever many buttons you want to use to the movie by duplicating them.

Tip: Add the text to the buttons within Flash that way you can use the one instance of the button however many times you like.

You will then need to align the buttons and position them beneath the cover so that only the arrow tab is showing.

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2000-12-08
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I am a Web Developer/programmer having acrued some 15 years experience in computer programming. I am skilled in VBscript, Javascript, CSS, DHTML and more recently I have become a bit of a Flash fan. I am currently working with version 5.
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