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In this Adobe Flash CS3 tutorial, learn how to easily resize the standard stage that appears when you start a new project.
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When you start Flash, you’re going to get a stage is what it’s called and it’s this white area and this is where you make your Flash movies. Now by default, it’s going to have a different size depending on if you just started a regular file or if you just started one from a template. You can change the size. To do so, go ahead and click on the Selection Tool in your toolbox and then go ahead and click somewhere on the stage, make sure that you just select the stage. Not any object that you have on it and then down here on properties, you’re going to get a size button. Go ahead and click on that and right here you could change the dimensions. You can change the width of the document and then you can also change the height of the document. Click on the OK button and it’s going to go ahead and it’s going to resize your stage.