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    Question Macromedia Flash

    Does anyone know of some good online tutorials that can help teach it?

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    Re: Macromedia Flash

    I've been looking for the same... Anyone?


    Originally posted by Roody
    Does anyone know of some good online tutorials that can help teach it?

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    Google Search Results:

    Macromedia Flash Tutorials
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    Thanks much for the link earthmofo, although I'm afraid the first place I looked for tutorials (as well as the first place I query practically everything else) is google; the problem is, that the more popular searches (such as "Macromedia Flash Tutorials") usually return a bunch of spam links and other similar non-useful links.


    Originally posted by earthmofo
    Google Search Results:

    Macromedia Flash Tutorials

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    Is ther esomething specific you want to do in the tutorial? I have always thought that the built-in tutorials are pretty good at teaching the tools.
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    Actually I very much agree, the things I know about Flash so far, I learned through the tutorials included in the program; but since I saw the question posted I thought maybe there were other good tutorials that were also user-friendly (or "user friendlier").

    Originally posted by cyberskye
    Is ther esomething specific you want to do in the tutorial? I have always thought that the built-in tutorials are pretty good at teaching the tools.

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    http://www.flashkit.com/index.shtml

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    Joe is right on with the link he gave. Flashkit tutorials are about the best I have found. I usually can pick up new programs very easily, but flash has done it's best to make me feel like an idiot.. Layers, timelines...aaahhhhggg!!! The tutorials at flashkit have helped..

    Either I am getting to old or I need to clean up and defrag my brain!!!!

    Good luck!
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    Originally posted by Travlin_Man


    Either I am getting to old or I need to clean up and defrag my brain!!!!

    For me it's a little of both. Just got MS Office and have to learn how to use it all!!!
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    Originally posted by earthmofo
    For me it's a little of both. Just got MS Office and have to learn how to use it all!!!
    Nice to know I am not alone in that feeling..heh heh
    TOO MUCH GIDDYYUP,,, NOT ENOUGH WHOA!!!

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