Inserting swf files into ASP page using InterDev

What is the best way to insert an swf file into an ASP page using InterDev?

I remember Dreamweaver makes it easy.
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If you mean "Ultradev" instead of "Interdev", then you should look for the menu "Insert/Multimedia Object/Flash"...
Chinmay PatelChief Technology NinjaCommented:
Hi There,

Try this:
 - Navidate to ActiveX Controls tab of Toolbox.
 - Right Click and Customize Toolbox...
 - Click on ActiveX Controls
 - Select Shockwave Flash Object (press sh to navigate instantly).
 - Now it'll add another entry Shockwave Flash in toolbox.
 - Drag n Drop it on ASP Page.
 - Right Click and Properties to Customize easily...


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net_susanAuthor Commented:
Thank you. It still (hmmm, maybe I can't say the word) doesn't work well. I suspect Microsoft purposely made it unfriendly to Flash.
Chinmay PatelChief Technology NinjaCommented:
Hi There,

Well! That's why I love Dreamweaver :)

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