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Adobe Flash Professional CS5 is the leading software for Web designers creating dynamic Web sites. Adobe Flash Professional CS5 Advanced for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickPro Guide offers the most efficient way for smart, creative, busy professionals to learn advanced Flash features. Taking the highly accessible instructional format of the popular Visual QuickStart Guides to a more advanced level, this handy guide combines a visual approach with straightforward, step-by-step instructions and screenshots and concise explanations. It emphasizes methodology and problem solving with five primary sections: animation, ActionScript, navigation, dynamic graphics and sound, and control of information, and teaches all the new features of Flash CS5, such as the Text Layout Format feature, Deco tool, Spring feature in Inverse Kinematics, and video enhancements.
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Part I: Approaching Advanced Animation
Chapter 1 Building Complexity
Chapter 2 Working with Video
Part II: Interactivity
Chapter 3 Getting a Handle on ActionScript
Chapter 4 Advanced Buttons and Event Handling
Chapter 5 Controlling Multiple Timelines
Chapter 6 Managing External Communication
Part III: Transforming Graphics and Sound
Chapter 7 Controlling and Displaying Graphics
Chapter 8 Controlling Sound
Part IV: Working wit h Information
Chapter 9 Controlling Information Flow
Chapter 10 Controlling Text
Chapter 11 Manipulating Information
Chapter 12 Managing Content and Troubleshooting
Appendix Keyboard Key Codes