Thus far we have looked at working with artwork, the basics of creating an image and then being able to use the tools and features of Flash to fine-tune it so it meets the desired requirements. Although graphical images can suffice for some particular types of design, the addition of text often clarifies and amplifies the message that is being promoted. It is sometimes difficult looking an animation to comprehend its real meaning, or at least the meaning the designer had in mind. To overcome this situation, the use of text (even one word) can provide enough navigation for the user to appreciate the significance of the animation.
KeywordsInput Text Graphical Object Dynamic Text Text Block Text Object
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