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Flash - MX 2004 - Passive Check Box Components

603 Components
Flash Compatibility: MX 2004

Written by: Phil

Length: 1150 words

Assumed Knowledge: Basic knowledge of Flash


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The aim of the tutorial is to learn how to use the check box components that comes with Flash 2004. Active check boxes are the type of multi check selection boxes that you often see on forms. There are two ways of using check boxes: passive and active. Passive being the more common. This tutorial will show you how to use passive check boxes. The previous tutorial shows you how to use active check boxes.




Most check boxes are passive. This means that you need to click a submit button before any action is done. An active text box is one that changes something as soon as it is selected or unselected. Below are examples of both active and passive check boxes:



Example: Download the Flash file Com 602a (previous tutorial)


Example of an active check box (see previous tutorial).

Example: Download the Flash file Com 603a


Example of the use of passive check boxes as explained in this tutorial.


Passive Check Boxes

Step one: Setting up the Stage

  1. Open a new file in Flash MX 2004.

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