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Enlarge Movieclip on Rollover, Back on Rollout - Flash

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I am trying to make an interactive with each area "enlarging" by say 20% upon rollover of the section and reduce back to normal upon rollout. The url of the map is http://www.corcent.com/files/tr/tour/ammap.swf and I would like to start with the support buildings (the green buildings). What actionscript can I use to accomplish this?
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what version of flash are you using.
what version of AS are you using.
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I found a solution.
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