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ncrawfor
Posted 8/23/2006 9:16 PM (#897)
Subject: flash book


Math

Posts: 155
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Location: Lafayette
Does anyone have a good resource for FLASH? I really need some sort of reference if I am going to program.
nfeese
Posted 9/18/2006 8:57 PM (#1020 - in reply to #897)
Subject: RE: flash book
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Location: IAKSS
Nancy,

Did you ever locate a FLASH resource book?

Just checking in!! (someone else might know of one?)

If there is something that we can purchase to help you all out, just let me know!!

Dr. Swan might have some ideas?
rmcquerr
Posted 9/18/2006 10:07 PM (#1021 - in reply to #897)
Subject: RE: flash book
Math

Posts: 79
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Location: Tates Creek
Macromedia Flash Prof 8 Unleashed

this is like 45 bucks...but i found it pretty helpful.
ncrawfor
Posted 9/20/2006 10:41 AM (#1030 - in reply to #1020)
Subject: RE: flash book


Math

Posts: 155
1002525
Location: Lafayette
Dr. Swan was going to talk with you about possibly purchasing a book for us. Has he talked with you?
ncrawfor
Posted 9/20/2006 10:42 AM (#1031 - in reply to #1021)
Subject: RE: flash book


Math

Posts: 155
1002525
Location: Lafayette
Thanks, Ryan. I will try and run down a copy. I need all the help I can get!!
scombs
Posted 9/22/2006 3:19 PM (#1052 - in reply to #897)
Subject: RE: flash book
Math

Posts: 104
100
Location: Henry Clay
Is it possible that Natalie could purchase this book for us through MILC funds?
nfeese
Posted 9/25/2006 12:38 PM (#1057 - in reply to #897)
Subject: RE: flash book
Math

100100100252525
Location: IAKSS
If I could get the ordering information (vendor, price, title, ...) we can certainly order for everyone!!
ncrawfor
Posted 9/26/2006 2:22 PM (#1064 - in reply to #1057)
Subject: RE: flash book


Math

Posts: 155
1002525
Location: Lafayette
Ryan,

Can you get Natalee the ISBN number for that book and where you bought it? I am sure it could be ordered form Joseph-Beth.
rgoin
Posted 11/6/2006 12:10 PM (#1279 - in reply to #897)
Subject: RE: flash book


Math

Posts: 108
100
Location: Henry Clay
I got my book today
ncrawfor
Posted 11/6/2006 3:36 PM (#1282 - in reply to #1279)
Subject: RE: flash book


Math

Posts: 155
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Location: Lafayette
I want you to read chapters 1-10 and report to the group next time!
rgoin
Posted 11/8/2006 7:29 AM (#1285 - in reply to #897)
Subject: RE: flash book


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Posts: 108
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Location: Henry Clay
That is 237 pages!!! How many sub days do I get to read something like that? How about I read the first chapter and make brownies!!!
scombs
Posted 11/8/2006 9:06 AM (#1286 - in reply to #897)
Subject: RE: flash book
Math

Posts: 104
100
Location: Henry Clay
Looks like a good book. I have downloaded the source code for it and I look forward to having a look at it when I have a spare second. Unfortunately, at this point I'm looking at 2010 for that to occur
ncrawfor
Posted 11/8/2006 10:00 AM (#1287 - in reply to #1285)
Subject: RE: flash book


Math

Posts: 155
1002525
Location: Lafayette
OK, Renee, sounds like a good deal to me!
rgoin
Posted 11/27/2006 7:03 PM (#1359 - in reply to #897)
Subject: RE: flash book


Math

Posts: 108
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Location: Henry Clay
Who has a copy of the disk so I can download all the programs easily (dreamweaver, flash, etc) Thanks!
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