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Flash Handout 9 12

Flash Handout 9 12

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RANCHO SANTIAGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTSANTIAGO CANYON COLLEGE - CONTINUING EDUCATIONBUSINESS SKILLS DEPARTMENTINTRODUCTION TO ANIMATIONS USING FLASHINSTRUCTOR: Michelle L. Sandoval
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Handout # 9
Other effects using Flash
1. Create a
new document
2. Go to the properties and modify document3. Set up the
width to 350px and height 250px
4. Set the
frame rate
to
15
5. Background Color #9900006. Select the
Text Tool
Make sure your text Classic Text/Static Textand the Selectable button is off7. Go to the
Fill Color
and select
white
8. Then
type “Service Alert”
9. Convert
text to Symbol
press
F8
>
Movie Clip
10. Select text then,
right click 
and
Edit in Place
11. Insert a new layer then
drag it below
layer 112. Select the
layer 1
click on
frame 80
13.
Press F5
14. Lock layer 115. Select layer 2, select the
Brush Tool
setbrush to
white
16. Draw a shape like this
 
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RANCHO SANTIAGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTSANTIAGO CANYON COLLEGE - CONTINUING EDUCATIONBUSINESS SKILLS DEPARTMENTINTRODUCTION TO ANIMATIONS USING FLASHINSTRUCTOR: Michelle L. Sandoval
Handout # 9
17. While your Shape is still selected > press
F8
to convertit into a
Movie Clip
18. Go to properties19. Select the
Filters Tab
> plus icon and choose
Blur
20. Then set options as follow (79 px for both)21. Go back to the properties Tab22. Select
Color Effec
t>
Alpha 92%
23. Select the
Oval Tool
24. Select the
Stroke
color 
white
and
height
should be
3px
25. Draw a few circles26. Select
layer 2
> press
F8
to convertall the objects into a Graphic27. Click on
frame 80
> press F628. Click on
frame 40
> press F629. Move your objects
up
on frame 4030. Select
layer 2
31. Right click select
Classic Tween
32 Select
layer 1
>
right click 
>
select mask 
33. Test your Movie
 
RANCHO SANTIAGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTSANTIAGO CANYON COLLEGE - CONTINUING EDUCATIONBUSINESS SKILLS DEPARTMENTINTRODUCTION TO ANIMATIONS USING FLASHINSTRUCTOR: Michelle L. Sandoval
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Handout # 9
In Today’s class we will learn to create buttons that could be used in webpages.
To be able to create buttons, we rst have to learn the different elements that make
a button.
Buttons StatesUp
It denes how the button appears before the mouse interacts with it.
Over
It denes how the button appears when the mouse is over the hit area of the
button.(roll over)
Down
It denes how the button appears when is clicked.
Hit
It denes the area where the button can be clicked.
Button TypesBasic buttons
contain the same information in the Up, Over and Down Statesand does not display any visual elements.
Roll Over
button contains different information in the Up states and could alsodiffer in the Down state. It displays a visual element when mouse is over the button.
Animates Rollover
buttons This type button is like the Roll over button with thedifference that one or more keyframes have movie clip instance.
Invisible Buttons
This type of buttons have a blank keyframe in the Up State andHit state.

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