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you need movieclips slide01,...slide10 to exist when that code executes.
to see your loaded images those jpgs will need to be in the same directory as your embedding html (or swf if you're testing in the flash test environment) and your slide movieclips will need to be visible (and not covering one another).
Thank you so much kglad. I appreciate it very much, you are awesome.
Your post was exactly correct. This probably isn't the best way to achieve my goal, but what I did was put all the instances in the first frame where the code is executed and I just knocked the alpha down to 0% until I'm ready for them. Would it have worked if I had just put a keyframe containing the code in the frames I introduce the next images? Not that it matters because using the alpha seems to be working just fine.
and i don't understand, "Would it have worked if I had just put a keyframe containing the code in the frames I introduce the next images?".