Adobe Flash CS4: Level 1

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Description:
A website can be made to look more inviting with interactive graphics and animations. The tools present in Adobe® Flash CS4 can be used to create and manipulate a wide variety of objects ranging from a simple graphic design to a complex animation sequence. In this course, you will familiarize yourself with the basic tools and features of Flash CS4, and gain the skills necessary for creating basic animations.
Prerequisites:
To gain the most from this class, students should be familiar with the Windows environment (XP for ILT and Vista for online), be familiar with the web and its terminologies, have a basic frame of reference for graphic and design applications—identify programs designed for graphics and web, have a desire to know the basic terminologies and components of ActionScript™ and its role as a Flash programming language.
Exploring the Adobe® Flash CS4 Environment :
Define Flash
Explore the Flash CS4 Welcome Screen
Explore the Flash CS4 Interface
Explore and Customize the Panels in Flash CS4
Working with Drawing and Painting Tools :
Compare the Drawing Modes of Flash
Use Drawing and Painting Tools
Use the Pen Tool
Manipulating Objects :
Use the Selection Tools
Overview of Layers
Work with Interacting Objects
Transform Objects
Understanding Vector and Bitmap Images :
Vector Images and Bitmap Images
Work with Bitmap Images
Working with Text :
Overview of Text Fields and Attributes
Create Text Fields
Convert Text into Shapes
Working with Symbols and Instances :
Create a Symbol
Create a Symbol Instance
Using Animation Basics to Create Animations :
Create Animations with Frames and Keyframes
Work with Frames
Create a Motion Tween Animation
Create a Shape Tween Animation
Working with Multiple Layers :
Work with Multiple Layers
Create a Mask Layer
Using ActionScript™ :
Basics of ActionScript
ActionScript Elements