To publish a adobe Flash file
to the Web
1. Click File
Publish to the
embedded in HTML.
2. Locate the folder in which you want to save the
3. Type a filename in the File name list box.
4. Click Export.
5. In the Flash export dialog box, click the
6. Choose a template from the Flash HTML template
7. Type values in the Width and Height
boxes to specify the dimensions of the HTML document.
If you want to set the movie
dimensions relative to the browser window, type percentage values in the
Width and Height boxes.
8. Enable any of the following check boxes:
Paused at start pauses
the movie until you initiate play
Loop repeats the movie
when it reaches the last frame
Display menu displays a
contest menu when you right-click the movie
9. Choose any of the options available in the
following list boxes:
Quality specifies the
level of anti-aliasing
Window mode lets you use
the absolute positioning, transparent movie, and layering capabilities of
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later.
HTML alignment lets you
define the position of the movie within the browser window
Scale determines how the
movie is placed within the boundaries set in the Width and Height
You can type values in the Width and Height boxes only when
you disable the Match movie check box. Match movie is the default
and sets the dimensions of the
HTML document to the size of the movie.
You should have the latest adobe Flash
Player plug-in installed on your computer to preview a adobe Flash file in
You can also set the dimensions of the HTML document in pixels by typing
values in the Width and Height boxes.
You can also choose a template by clicking
You can preview a movie in a Web browser
window by clicking Preview.