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In ActionScript 3.0 in Flash Professional CS5 Essential Training, Todd Perkins shows Flash designers how to incorporate ActionScript code into their projects and create interactive presentations and applications. The course includes a review of ActionScript language basics and the object-oriented programming (OOP) methodology, a tour of those Flash Professional CS5 features designed for developers, such as code hinting and the Code Snippets panel, and instructions on interacting with objects in the Library and placing code on the Timeline. Exercise files are included with the course.
If you ever find yourself stuck, or want to learn more information about a particular topic in ActionScript, you can actually highlight just about any blue keyword, and press F1 on your keyboard to launch Flash Help. Here is the Flash Help menu. If you look in this part of the window, which is on the right side, you can scroll down and find information about the code that you highlighted. Some of the explanations are in actual sentences, and not just in code, so you can have a better understanding of how the ActionScript classes work.
You can find additional properties and methods that you can run here as well, along with explanations and examples. So whenever you get stuck when you're working with ActionScript, highlight any blue word that may be giving you trouble and press F1 on the keyboard to launch Flash Help.
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