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Error Message in Flash, what should I be looking at?

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I am working on a Flash movie. There are a number of movie clips that are exported for ActionScript. I copy and pasted them from another movie that works. There are a number of custom class files that I did not write that are associated with the movie. I need to know what kind of issue generates this error so that I can figure out what I should be looking at to fix it. Any ideas?
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What is the exact text of the error?  It looks like the movie clip instance name might not have be specified after it was pasted in, but more detail would help me be more specific.
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