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Edit bar: Helps you work with the Timeline. The bar appears at the bottom of the Timeline. It includes a toggle to display and hide the Timeline, a button for editing scenes, a drop-down list to manage workspaces, and a zoom control. We discuss the workspaces and the Timeline later in the chapter. For detailed information about the Timeline and scenes, see Chapter 9. Using panels Panels give you access to the many Flash tools and settings. You access the panels from the Window menu. We discuss the specific panels throughout this book.

A collapsed folder doesn’t display its contents. As soon as you need to see what’s inside, you can expand the folder. Double-click a folder to either collapse or expand it. To quickly see the structure of your folders, click the Library’s Options menu. Choose Collapse All Folders. You can also choose Expand All Folders to see everything in the Library. More Library housekeeping By default, Flash alphabetizes items in the Library by name. However, you might have different ideas. You can sort from A to Z (ascending) or from Z to A (descending).

Ctrl+O (Windows) or Ô+O (Mac): Open an existing movie. ߜ Ctrl+S (Windows) or Ô+S (Mac): Save your movie. Use this shortcut often! ߜ Ctrl+X (Windows) or Ô+X (Mac): Cut to the Clipboard. Chapter 4 explains more about using the Clipboard. ߜ Ctrl+C (Windows) or Ô+C (Mac): Copy to the Clipboard. ߜ Ctrl+V (Windows) or Ô+V (Mac): Paste from the Clipboard. ߜ Ctrl+Z (Windows) or Ô+Z (Mac): Undo. Would you believe that by default Flash remembers your last 100 actions and can undo them? What a relief! And if you choose Window➪Other Panels➪History, the History panel lists each action so you know what the next Undo will undo.

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