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In this Adobe Flash CS3 tutorial, learn how the zoom tool in Adobe Flash CS3 to zoom in and out of areas on the Flash stage.
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If you’d like to get a closer view or even a further back view of your Flash movie, then you can go ahead over here to this dropdown list and you could choose a certain percentage that you would like to see your whole stage and of course the greater percentage that closer up view you’re going to have. You can choose to have it fit exactly on the window. You can have it to show the frame, so it’s going to go ahead and show the frame of your stage. You can have show all, which is going to go ahead and give you a view of whatever you have on the stage.
You also can go ahead over here and use the zoom tool and when you click on that on your toolbox, and then you go over and you click on a certain component, and it’s going to go ahead and zoom up to that component. So that’s how that you can use zoom in Adobe Flash.