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New to Flash. How to create a slideshow in Flash CS4

Posted on 2011-02-28
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What I want to do is...In the header area of my website I want to place several high res images in a flash slideshow, add some buttons that are clickable and cycle through them. How do I create the automatic transition of the images? Any help is appreciated
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None of those really showed me to do exactly what I need to do. Thanks for the post though.
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None of the links provided accomplished exactly what I was searching for
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