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Editing Keyframes

Keyframes are editable elements. You can add or remove content from a keyframe, move keyframes around by simply dragging, or copy and paste keyframes in the same Timeline, across scenes and even other Flash documents. Because keyframes are so versatile you can continue to fine-tune your animations after they are created. When the playhead is placed on a frame the content of that frame is displayed on your Stage. Selecting the keyframe in the Timeline selects all of the content on that keyframe on the Stage. Likewise, selecting any of your content on the Stage will select its corresponding keyframe. In this way you can interactively edit the content in a keyframe or the keyframe's position in the Timeline and know what you are affecting.

Copy and Paste Keyframes

Click on the keyframe to select it or click and drag to select a keyframe and a range of frames.

Click the Edit menu, point to Timeline, and then click Copy Frames.

TIMESAVER Press Option+ +C (Mac) or Ctrl+Alt+C (Win) to copy frames.

Click on the frame where you want to paste the frames.

Click the Edit menu, point to Timeline, and then click Paste Frames.

TIMESAVER Press Option+ +V (Mac) or Ctrl+Alt+V (Win) to paste frames.


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