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Chapter 1. Page and Interface Layout > Introduction to the Timeline

Introduction to the Timeline

A key component to the Flash MX interface, the Timeline is made up of layers (at the left side of the panel) and frames (at the right side of the panel) that let you organize and view the construction of a Flash MX movie (see Figure 1.3). Layers and frames are the two major components of the Timeline. You can expand or collapse either side of the Timeline by clicking and dragging the vertical division line between the two panes. The same holds true for the bottom division line between the Timeline panel and the stage.

Figure 1.3. Layers and frames make up the Timeline.



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