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Chapter 1. The Flash Editor > Understanding Flash Basics

Understanding Flash Basics

The way Flash works—in terms of installing the application, creating new documents, closing documents, and saving files—presents nothing unusual to the experienced computer user. The Flash installation software guides you through each step of the installation process, and the procedures for launching the application and creating and saving documents are all standard. Because both the Macintosh and Windows platforms offer users a variety of ways to organize their computers and workflow—such as using shortcuts (Windows), using aliases (Mac), and creating your own hierarchical setup for storing applications and data—it's impossible to cover all the ways you might set up and access files on your computer. But here are the basics of working with Flash.

When you install the program, it's best to copy the installer to your hard drive.


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