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Flash Professional CS6: Visual QuickStart Guide

by: Ulrich Katherine

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Publisher: PEACHPIT PRESS,07.01.13

Category: Flash CS6 Level:

ISBN: 0321832191
ISBN13: 9780321832191

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Best-selling task-based tutorial and reference, with coverage of text features, drawing tools, user interface changes and more.


  Now in full color and fully updated for user-interface improvements and new features of Flash CS6.


  Ideal for users new to Flash, with tons of screenshots and step-by-step instructions.


  Provides readers a solid grounding in all Flash fundamentals.

Flash Professional CS6 is such a powerful program that it can seem overwhelming to new or occasional users. With Flash Professional CS6: Visual QuickStart Guide, readers get a solid grounding in the fundamentals of the most recent version of the software. Highlights include new user options for setting document properties when creating or modifying documents; new layout and options in the Publish Settings dialog; working with tabbed text in Flash's text-layout framework; copying and pasting Timeline layers; using the heads-up display when working with ActionScript code snippets; pinning bones for easy manipulation when working with inverse kinematics. Plus, learn about new options for exporting assets created in Flash as a PNG sequence; as a spite sheet, or as JavaScript and HTML5, via the CreateJS extension.