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Can I ad flash to my html newsletter?

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I have an HTML newsletter and I have an HTML flash ad... however, the flash ad requires a javascript file. Is it possible to place this ad within my newsletter? If so, where do I need to put the javascript file and how do I tell the HTML file where I put the Javascript?

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You don't need to use JavaScript to embed the Flash inside the HTML file...  You only need to use OBJECT/EMBED tag to do so...  

But if you are doing it for email newsletter kinda thing, I can safely bet that 95% of people won't see Flash movie in their email software because ActiveX object is blocked by default as a security reason, and there is nothing you can do about it...

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