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CS312 i am using flash professional 8 in my evaluation project but i don't know how to determine the score after the quiz... please help me guys...:(

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What is credit score


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1. You can do this in Microsoft's Exel
2. this can be found in Google step by step
3. here is a site that can guide you it is a video:
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Will paradox 8 run on a windows 7 os? home premium or professional? without any migration problems?


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It means that High Voltage is not present. Could be Flyback Transformer or HV block as well as some other components on D-Board.
I would advise professional help. You don't want to mess with kilo volt circuit without knowing what are you doing. Safety first.
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Hi, there is a tutorial about How to Create a Flash quiz with Free Quiz Template in Adobe Flash MX, Flash 8, Flash CS3, Flash CS4, you could click to view it, hope this tutorial could help you.

For detailed instructions on how to edit the quiz template to your requirements, learn the official Flash quiz template tutorial at http://www.adobe.com/support/flash/applications/quiz_tutorial/.

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