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Hello all

I don't know how I can build a bg's color in a HTML Site where I want to embed my Flash 4(swf) movie in the middle perhaps, and how large must be the Flash that it fits into the normal largness of a IE Browser?

Hoppe somebody can help

cincerely
Padi
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Dear Padi,

For the 2nd Question -
First Export Flash 4 into an htm file. Then edit the file and change the height to 100% and width to 100% . This way it will resize it self whenever needed to fit all browsers like www.macromedia.com has done.

For the 1st question -
I did not understand what you mean by building a BG color. Pl. Explain that..
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