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about the best you can do is to
1. copy and paste the text into flash (but, you'll loose the formatting).
2. copy and paste the text into a txt file and load that file. again, you'll loose the formatting but you can apply a stylesheet to maintain some or all of the formatting.
So, does D.Weaver copy in MS Word more clearly? I understand there`s sacrifices: Im just trying to gauge the difference between D.Weaver, which seems designed for websites, and Flash; yes Im Im dumb: but what Adobe CS4 systems could I use to import MS Word pretty much as is, ie InDesign, even? (I dont know) , or any? If there are none, then fine, I`ll find a way (legal, ie recorded film!); but surely even if you limit yourself within the CS4 camp-site, there must be a rational way to organize a web-presentation comprising the nature of a newspaper-site which contains imported MS Word text and allows for Flash films to be scattered throughout, performing various functionjs (loop, click`n`play, etc)!
kglad, I`d like to think you; its probably the smallest delusions that hold people back from getting into
Flash, and like a spoilt brat I thought there would be a simple way to put Word straight into it. There really are worse things at sea than a bit of re-formatting here and there. Cheers for putting me straight before I pulled the remainder of my hair out!
and yes, i believe you can save a word doc as an html file and then open that in dreamweaver.
and you can create an image of your word doc and load that into flash.