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trying to get swf to fit full div

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I have a site http://clonfert.actionit.ie/test.html

And i would like to the swf to fit the full div (an grey space above text) any ideas how to do that?

I have tried making sprites bigger and images bigger, but no luck

I would really appreciate your help
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The size you have specified in your html page is 663x230.

First change the size of the movie(FLA) so that it takes over the entire grey portion.
Then embed on your html and change the dimension accordingly.

The problem here might be that you have either not edited the FLA and are directly trying to change the size in HTML.
Try giving the parameter allowscale to scale and check if it works for you.
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how do i change the size in fla??  

I have tried changing the size of the images in fla, is there a way to change the size of the full movie??
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