So you want to add snappy interactivity and animations to
your Web pages, but don't want to create huge "click-here-and-go-get-a-sandwich" files? Flash 3 may be the technology for you.
It doesn't require the scripting savvy of dynamic HTML, and if you've
ever used Macromedia's Director, you already have a head
start. Even if you haven't, Mike Kay is here to help you
Mike teaches you how to animate in a Flash by running down what tools
you need and then showing you how to use them. He concludes with the scoop
on infusing your Flash animations with a touch of interactivity and sound,
and he loads your plate with things to learn for the future.
Warning! This tutorial is for Flash 3. If you're using Flash 5, then hop on over to the Flash 5 Tutorial. If you're using Flash 4, then
use the Flash 4