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Adobe Flash CS4 Professional How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques
 
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Adobe Flash CS4 Professional How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques [Kindle Edition]

Mark Schaeffer
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Users new to the software as well as veteran users unfamiliar with added features need quick access to key features and fundamental techniques. Adobe Flash CS4 Professional: 100 Essential Techniques provides users with what they need to know to start working in Flash. Each technique is presented in a self-contained unit of one or two pages so users can dive in and start working right away, unencumbered by lengthy descriptions or technical detail. For example, if readers want to know how to use Flash's QuickTime export feature, they can turn directly to that page, quickly grasp the technique, as well as pick up a few tips along the way.

Synopsis

Users new to the software as well as veteran users unfamiliar with added features need quick access to key features and fundamental techniques. Adobe Flash CS4 Professional: 100 Essential Techniques provides users with what they need to know to start working in Flash. Each technique is presented in a self-contained unit of one or two pages so users can dive in and start working right away, unencumbered by lengthy descriptions or technical detail. For example, if readers want to know how to use Flash's QuickTime export feature, they can turn directly to that page, quickly grasp the technique, as well as pick up a few tips along the way.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Mark Schaeffer directs the digital media program at Chabot College in Hayward, California, where he teaches courses in Flash, ActionScript, and related topics. Prior to that, he spent 25 years as a writer, designer, and producer of educational and training materials in print, video, and computer-based media. His projects have included interactive demos for Apple and Compaq, Web pages for Levi Strauss and Kaiser Permanente, and video animation for educational publishers such as Houghton Mifflin and McGraw-Hill.
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