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Conventions

The following typographical conventions are used in this book:

Keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard shortcuts for Windows and Macintosh are often listed for a command. If only one keyboard shortcut is specified, it is the same on both platforms. If different, the platform is mentioned. For example, “Ctrl-G (Windows)” means to press the Ctrl key and the G key at the same time on the Windows operating system. “Cmd-G (Mac)” means to press the Command key and the G key at the same time on the Macintosh operating system. Shorthand notation such as “Ctrl/Cmd-G” means to use Ctrl-G on Windows and Cmd-G on Mac.

Menu commands

Menu commands are indicated using the arrow symbol ( ). For example, Edit Copy indicates that you should select the Copy command from the Edit menu. Similarly, Modify Arrange Send Backward indicates choosing a menu item several levels deep. The same convention is used to indicate that you should choose a tab or suboption in a dialog box, such as File Publish Settings Flash Action- Script Version.


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