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Author: Ryan Nielson | Website:

Step 5: The Flash movie

In Flash create a new movie with any colored background. Import the .png file into a layer of it's own. Then select it and convert it to a symbol. In another layer beneath the first layer add text and set it up to do a tween up the screen. Create a mask layer with a box drawn at 150x300 above this text area to create your mask area and position it in alignment with your imported .png file.

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Added: 2002-05-08
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Ryan Nielson is a Interactive Developer working at Aspen Marketing Technology Group
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