One of these three things should work:
- Try clicking the wrench next to stage height and width, and entering your new width and height there, then clicking "Scale content with stage."
- In your Publish setting, select "Percent", and pick a percentage larger than 100.
- Follow the steps here http://flashthusiast.com/2009/10/06/scaling-and-moving-new-motion-tweens-in-flash-cs4/
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Select the option Modify> Document settings, then change the dimensions and click the check box "Scale the content with stage". The content in the stage will be enlarged proportionately based on document size.
Omg thank you guys! This helped a lot. I used the "wrench" option that Amy suggested and I was able to resize it without a problem! Now...my only issue is to center it on the browser page. Would I be able to do that in Flash or is that completely HTML in the actual webpage design?
I actually searched online and found out that I could center objects on the stage without messing up the shape tween by using the "edit multiple frames" button, selecting all of the content, and then repositioning it on the stage.
However, when I do a publish preview, when I zoom in and out of the page, the image/object does not stay in the center like other webpages do, instead it shrinks to the top left corner. What am I doing wrong?