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8. Buttons and Interactivity > 8.2. Creating A Quiz

Creating A Quiz

We’ve learned about basic interactivity and how to create button states. We’ve also seen how to create application states on the main timeline by simply jumping to a labeled frame. Believe it or not, those basic skills are used in a wide variety of business applications. Many companies use Flash to present educational material to inform employees and customers about promotions, procedures, and product information. In fact, companies like Thomson NETg (http://www.netg.com) and CyberScholar (http://www.cyberscholar.com) offer e-learning course development to clients, and much of the content is built with Flash.

Of course, Macromedia has researched common uses of Flash and tried to provide ready-made solutions to common requirements. Flash includes several templates that can be used to quickly create presentations, slide shows, and quizzes, and the functionality of each is built into the template (Flash Pro even includes templates for mobile devices, such as PDAs and cell phones). In this section, we’ll use a quiz template to construct a three-question quiz about what you’ve learned so far, and in Chapter 11, we’ll take a look behind the scenes and learn how to build a simple template ourselves.


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