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Shockwave Flash in Access Project

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I need to add flash capabilities to my Access project.

Can someone provide me with the code /template?
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Question by:Idarac
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Hmmm, interesting, what exactly do you want to do?
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by:SidFishes
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use the shockwave activex control...but you need to supply a bit more info as to what you are trying to do l

here's something to keep in mind
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/MS_Access/Q_21051141.html#12288344
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by:Idarac
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OK

Here is what I want to do.


When the Access front end loads I want a flash to come up for about 5 secs then disappear. Then I want to go in to the program.

I also want to be able to put up a flash in some parts of the program. The flash should popup for about 5 secs then diappear then the program continues on its way.

I would like a full screen flash.
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kemp_a earned 500 total points
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Well, using the FLASH.OCX, you should be able to programmatically start & stop the SWF.

Look here for an example in VB:
http://www.macromedia.com/devnet/mx/flash/activex.html

If you also do Insert;ActiveX Control you will also notice a number of Other properties such as Playing & Movie in the properties window.

Good luck.
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