How to reposition a whole move after change the dimension?

I have a small flash movie 400 x 300.  I need to add some more stuff to the movie and resize the dimension to the 600 x 400.  How can I place the original movie at right bottom corner so that I can to place the new stuff at the left top corner?  It seems I have to redo the whole movie for the new dimension setting.

Please help
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Tasman :)
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Go to Modify - Movie

It allows you to change the dimensions. Hit OK.

Now, in your current Scene, group everything (drag the mouse from top left to bottom right so everything is selected and hit Ctrl G). Then move it to the bottom right corner appropriately.

Hope this helps,

tasman082997Author Commented:

  I tried it; however, it only works on a single frame.  I wanted the whole movie (all the frames) move to a new position.


Taz :)
Here's the good solution for that:

Under your Timeline, there are 5 buttons. Look at the tool tips for each. One says "Edit Multiple Frames." Click it so that it is down. Now, move the new indicator above the timeline to your last frame.

Then, select everything and move it =)

Hope it helps,

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The Edit Multiple frames button is the second from the right in that set of 5 buttons - to the right of the two Onion Skinning buttons.
tasman082997Author Commented:
It worked perfectly.  Many thanks.

Taz :)
No problem - I misunderstood your first request, or didn't read it thoroughly to determine you were working with more than 1 frame =)

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