Suggestions for tutorial to make a simple website in Flash

I'm looking for a some suggestions for tutorials to make a simple website in Flash. Never done it before so need to know the basics.

This is for ActionScript 2.0 based project.

Please, only post links that you know have good tutorials, rather than google and post things that you haven't tried or checked.

Also, if you have any tips as to how to procede, would appreciate help on that too.
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I really like this one:

I've had a look over it, and it covers most the things you will probably need to know, and its really image-based.

Additionally, try FlashKit tutorials, its a really good resource as is the site as a whole for flash content:

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Jason210Author Commented:
That first link - what version of ActionScript does it use?
It doesn't mention the version, but I'd say ActionScript 2.0, it's what I'm working with and it doesn't look dissimilar to whats in the tutorial.
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