Using components to setup a form


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Using components to setup a form

Now we'll take a look each using components to build a simple form. If you're following along, I'm working in 02_Component_Form.fla in the Chapter 07 folder in the Exercise Files folder. This file has two layers: actions and form elements. Let's select the form elements layer and choose Window, Components to open the Components panel. In the Components Panel drag a button component on the stage from the User Interface section. Also drag a label component on the stage.

We'll also need a text area component and a text input component. Close the Components panel. Now we'll start aranging the components on the stage. Place the label component on the left side of the stage, and in the Parameters tab, change the Text value from Label to Name:, with a colon. Next set the autoSize value to right, to make the text field aline to the right. And that's good for our label. Move the text input component to the right of the label component and this will accept the user's name...

Using components to setup a form
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Using components to setup a form provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash CS3 Professional Beyond the Basics

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