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In Flash CS3 Professional Essential Training, instructor Rich Shupe delves into the key aspects of working with Flash CS3 to create professional animations, design interactive websites, and incorporate audio and video into self-contained presentations. The training covers using the drawing and color tools, mastering the essentials of animation, and working with type, graphics, sound, and video. Rich also introduces the essentials of working with ActionScript 3.0. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.
One other nice thing to remember when changing our interface is how to return to the default Maximize Mode that allows the Main Document window to work in conjunction with other panels to maximize your screen real estate. For example, in the past when we minimize the Property Inspector we saw the Document window expand to take advantage of that available space. Similarly, when contracting the Panel Well to, perhaps, icon and text view the Document window will expand again. However, if you resize or move your Document window it's possible that this feature will become disabled and then when maximizing your screen real estate by minimizing a panel or the Panel Well your Document window may not expand. There are two ways to restore the maximize feature. One is, usually when you realign your window and increase the window size to the maximum size allowed in the default workspace so that it occupies this entire open area, that will restore the feature. However, if you are having no luck the Window menu has an option under Workspace called Maximize Mode and that will restore your set up so that the feature will be re-enabled.
Another thing to know is that under Window you can hide your panels and restore your panels all at once including Tools, Properties and Panel Well to maximize the available screen real estate.
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