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Uploading of a swf file into another swf file in a specific locoation

I am making a banner in flash that i need to upload another swf file at right side that contains pictures how i will use the action script
i am just new for action script
you can help
pl z send me a mail at anulasingh@gmail.com

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Step-1: take rectangle shape
step-2: convert it to movieclip by pressing right mouse button the choose convert to symbol.
step-3: during convert choose the [Registration] as left corner.
step-4: place the movieclip where u need to place in scene and resize it as your requirement.
step-5: this open the movieclip.
step-6: Add new layer in timeline.
step-7: write this code.
this.loadMovie("file_name.swf", get);
step-8: Then test (Run) your movie.

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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