Become a member and get unlimited access to the entire skills library of over 4,500 courses, including more Developer and personalized recommendations. Become a member and get unlimited access to the entire skills library of over 4,500 courses, including more Developer and personalized recommendations. >,>,Next let's take a look and see how Freehand integrates with Flash content. Again in Flash, go ahead and create a new Flash document, change the dimensions to 600 pixels wide, and then choose 'File Import,' again on your desktop in the LA Eyeworks folder. In the 'File Types' folder is a folder called 'Freehand,' go ahead and open up that folder. Within there is a file called 'Main Menu,' and it's a SWF file that's been exported from Freehand. Go ahead and double-click on that file to import it into Flash. Then if you scroll to the top of your stage, you can see that there's the main menu, created in Freehand and then brought into Flash here. If I click on one of the Main Menu options, such as 'About Us,' I can see that it has been inserted into a group. If I double-click on that to open up the group, and then select that text field in the stage, and look in the 'Properties Inspector' I can see that it actually is using the font that I choose - Bistream Vera Sans. However it didn't carry over the type of Bitstream Vera Sans that I wanted, which was Bold Oblique. However, at least the text is still editable once brought into Flash. I'm gonna go back to scene one and see how it translated to Vector Graphics. I'm gonna select that green bar in the background, and in the Properties Inspector I can that it's a group. If I double-click on that group to open it and then click on that green bar again, I can see that it is still a Vector object. And if I chose I could always go back in here and make any changes to that Vector graphic that I wanted. So a swift file exported from Freehand does translate over the text and the Vector objects so that I can still edit them inside of Flash. The only slight problem with exporting a SWF from Freehand, and then importing that into Flash, is that the text didn't translate over quite exactly as it was originally created. All I had to do was go back there and specify that the text was using Bitstream Vera Sans Bold Oblique. And it didn't translate over the Bold Oblique, but it's still using the same font that I chose when I created it in Freehand originally. Sorry, there are no matches for your search '' —to search again, type in another word or phrase and click search. This will not affect your course history, your reports, or your certificates of completion for this course. Join today and get unlimited access to the entire library of online learning video courses—and create as many playlists as you like. “In a way, I feel like you are rooting for me. Like you are really invested in my experience, and want me to get as much out of these courses as possible this is the best place to start on your journey to learning new material.”— Nadine H. Source. Looking for vector maps of Germany (Deutschland Vektorkarten) for Adobe Illustrator?."