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Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Multiple Files, Copying Images from Other Programs

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1. Importing Multiple Files

Flash allows you to import multiple files simultaneously to save time. This is useful if you have many files to import. You can select multiple, non-sequential files in the Import dialog box. Choose to import to the Library or to the Stage directly. When you import to the Stage, the file is stored in the Library and a copy is placed on the Stage so you can begin editing it immediately. If you attempt to import a series of files that are numbered sequentially, Flash detects this and produces a dialog box to handle this. When sequential images are imported, they will appear in separate frames by order of the number in their file name. This is extremely useful for image sequences where a series of images forms an animation.

Import Multiple Files or a Sequence of Files

Click the File menu, point to Import, and then click Import To Stage or Import To Library.

Click the Show popup (Mac) or Files Of Types list arrow (Win), and then select the format of the file you want to import.

Navigate to the drive or folder where the file is located.

Select the first file you want to import.

To import multiple files, hold down the Ctrl (Win) key and click additional files to select them.

Click Import (Mac) or Open (Win).

For a sequence of files, Flash detects that this image is part of a sequence and asks whether you want to import all of them at once.

Click Yes.

The numbered files are imported and placed on separate sequential keyframes on the selected layer in the Timeline.

2. Copying Images from Other Programs

You can paste a bitmap image from other image editing programs, such as Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Fireworks. Simply use the standard copying procedure in the program of your choice to place the bitmap into the clipboard, which is where the operating system dynamically stores information you copy, and then paste it into Flash directly on the Stage. Copying images from other programs works well for bitmaps. However, results are unpredictable when pasting vector graphics from other programs. Often they become corrupted when they are copied to the clipboard, depending upon the origin program or the operating system. It is best to use the Import command to import vector graphics into Flash.

Paste from the Clipboard

Copy the image to the clipboard in an image-editing program.

Launch or switch to Flash, and then open the Flash document in which you want to paste an image from the clipboard.

Select an unlocked layer or keyframe.

Click the Edit menu, and then click Paste in Center or Paste in Place.

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Press  Ctrl+V (Win) to quickly paste in center from the clipboard; press  Ctrl+Shift V (Win) to quickly paste in place from the clipboard.


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