Actionscript Evaluate

Hi, I have Macromedia Studio MX and have installed the full program.  Whilst attempting to follow the tutorial on ActionScript in Flash MX it ask's that you use the evaluate command under Actions then Miscellaneous Actions.  Well! could some one please tell me why i do not have that command, i have checked through all the Actionscript commands and it is no where to be seen.  I have updated the program from the home site and flash player and anything else you could possibly think of, but that command is still not there.  Please help
alexanderwhit19Asked:
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negatyveCommented:
You can see it only if you are using the Actions Panel in "normal mode". When using it in "expert mode", that command is missing.
("evaluate" adds a blanck line to the script, when editing in expert mode you don't need it).
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