need to save the document before you can use the new "Insert
Flash Text" feature so go ahead and save it.
Step 3: Create the Flash
In the Objects Palette, click the Insert
Flash Text Icon
and select a color for the normal state, a rollover color, the
size of the font and the font you would like to use. This can
all be edited so you can always go back and make any changes.
in some text then type in a URL where you would like the text
to link ( if desired) You can also use the browse button to navigate
to a local folder and link to a file.
your text a name. By default Dreamweaver will give it a name,
but you may want to give it something more relative to your project.
Step 4: Test the Flash
can test the text by either clicking F12 to open it in your default
browser (click here to view tutorial) or
the text once and then in the Properties Inspector, clicking the
play button. If this button isn't available, you will need to
expand the Properties Inspector by clicking the downward facing
arrow in the bottom right hand corner.
pushing the play button, move your cursor back and forth over
your newly created text. You should notice the rollover effect
you just created.
Step 5: Edit your Flash
click the Flash Text to bring up the Insert
Flash Text window,
it once to select the button
in the Properties Inspector, click Edit in the top right hand
corner and the Insert Flash Text dialog box will pop up.
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