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Using a Motion Guide

Another popular animation technique that allows for modification of the path of a motion tween is a motion guide. A motion guide sets a path for an object’s motion. A motion tween causes an instance to appear to move from point A to point B in the simplest and quickest path between the two instances—a straight path. If you want to vary this path, you can do so through a motion guide (see Figure 6.11).

Figure 6.11. The layer below the motion guide layer indents to the right indicating that it is attached to the motion guide layer.



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