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Antiguo 25/11/2003, 14:00
 
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Pregunta Ayudaaaaaa Mi Trabajo Depende De Esto

COMO SE HACE PARA QUE AL IMPRIMIR DESDE FLASH LA IMPRESION NO QUEDE EN PAGINA COMPLETA SI NO EN TAMAÑO NATURAL ESTOY TRATANDO DE IMPRIMIR UN MOVIECLIP CON AREA DE IMPRESION DENTRO
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Antiguo 25/11/2003, 14:08
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Ya checaste haciendo una busqueda yo recuerdo que esta misma pregunta ya la realizarón.
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Antiguo 25/11/2003, 14:26
 
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NO SALE EN LA BUSQUEDA ALGUIEN PODRIA AYUDARME AUXILIOOOOOOOO
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Antiguo 25/11/2003, 16:11
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creo que ya lo despidieron

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NO DE VERDAD MUCHACHOS NECESITO ESO SI ALGUIEN PODRIA AYUDARME SE LO AGRADECERIA
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Antiguo 25/11/2003, 16:31
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por alguna razon existe goooooooooooooogle... encontre esto:

By default, the Flash Player's shortcut menu lets viewers print the entire movie, frame by frame. This is fairly useless for most purposes. But by specifying which frames are printed and the print area, you can use the Player's Print command to make specific information or forms available to your viewers.

Preparing your movie for printing
If you want a nice clean result, you need a nice clean frame. The Flash Player prints all objects on all layers of the movie. If you want to create a form, for example, put it in its own frame and make sure objects on other layers don't continue into that frame.

Alternatively, you can specify the print area so that you include only the area you want printed, excluding other objects on the Stage in the frame. But if you specify a small area, this area becomes the entire page size when printing, so the objects in that small area are enlarged to take up the entire printed page. You can control the layout by changing the dimension, scale, and alignment HTML settings (on the HTML tab of the Publish Settings dialog box).

Make sure that everything you want to print is on the Stage. For example, if you want to print from a movie clip, it must be on the Stage and have an instance name.

You can make a movie clip invisible by setting its visible property to false. (Use the Actions panel.) This capability enables you instruct viewers to print a form that they don't see on the screen.


You can exclude text that instructs users how to print from the printable area.

Specifying printable frames
To specify which frame or frames you want to print when your viewers choose Print from the Flash Player shortcut menu, follow these steps:

1. With the movie open, choose Window --> Panels --> Frame to open the Frame panel.

The shortcut is Ctrl+F (Windows) or Command+F (Mac).

2. Select the frame in the Timeline that you want printed.

3. In the Frame panel, type #p in the Label text box.

For each additional frame that you want to specify for printing, select the frame and label it #p.

Specifying the print area
Unless you specify the print area, the Flash Player prints the entire Stage. If you have loaded other movies, the Flash Player uses their Stage size. You may, however, want to specify a different area. You may want to include instructions on how to print, but you may not want the instructions to be printed. You can exclude other objects on the Stage as well.

Choosing a very small print area results in an output of very big objects. The Flash Player sizes up your objects to take up the entire printed page.


Usually, you create an object, such as a rectangle to specify the print area. If you don't mind having a rectangle around your printed material, you can simply place the rectangle in the same frame. If you don't want the rectangle to print, however, follow these steps to specify the print area:

To specify the print area, follow these steps:

1. If it's necessary to organize your objects, create a new layer for the rectangle.

You can use any shape, but remember that printer paper is rectangular. Give it a name such as Print Area.

2. Select the frame you want to print, clicking the new layer.

3. Create the rectangle around the objects you want to be printed.

Use the No Fill feature for the rectangle so that you can see the material you want to print.


4. Select the rectangle and choose Edit --> Cut to cut it to the Clipboard.

5. Click the frame after the printable frame, on the new layer.

Using the next frame is just a way of keeping the printing area rectangle close to the frame you have specified for printing. You could use any frame without a #p label.

6. Choose Edit --> Paste in Place.

You now have a rectangle of the right size, but in its own frame.

7. With the frame containing the rectangle selected, choose Window --> Panels --> Frame to open the Frame panel.

8. In the Label text box, type #b to signify that the shape in this frame will be used as the boundary for the print area.

You can have only one #b label in a Timeline.

Turning off the Print command
If you don't want your viewers to be able to print your movie from the Flash Player, you can disable the Print command on the Flash Player's shortcut menu.

Viewers can still print frames by using the browser Print command, but they may not get anything useful.


To turn off the printing command, follow these steps:

1. Choose Window --> Panels --> Frame to open the Frame panel.

2. Select the first keyframe in the main Timeline.

3. In the Label text box of the Frame panel, type !#p.

This frame label disables the Print command for the entire movie.

You can uncheck the Display Menu check box on the HTML tab of the Publish Settings dialog box to remove all the Flash player shortcut menu commands.


Printing movies from the Flash Player
Before uploading your printable movie to your Web site, you should test the printing function. To do so, use the Publish Settings dialog box to specify the publish settings you want. Then choose File --> Publish Preview --> Default. Your browser opens and you see your movie play.

To test print your movie, right-click (Windows) or Control+click (Mac) in the browser. In the Flash Player shortcut menu, choose Print.

Choose the print range to select which frames to print, or choose All. In Windows, you can also choose Selection to print the current frame. If only one frame has been made printable, the Pages option appears dimmed. Any option you choose prints the frame you have specified for printing. Click OK (Windows) or Print (Mac) to print.

After you upload your movie onto your Web site, viewers use the same procedure to print your movie.

el link: flash_for_dummies
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Antiguo 26/11/2003, 11:13
 
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eso no sirvio alguna otra ayuda
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Antiguo 26/11/2003, 17:06
 
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BUENO, SI YA NO TE HAN ECHADO, PRUEBA CON LA TIPICA...

DALE PRINT SCREEN...
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Antiguo 27/11/2003, 01:12
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Hola. si todavia no te echaron proba con esto:
En el boton para imprimir pone esto:

on (release) {
printAsBitmap("_blank","bframe");
}

y en el frame que queres imprimir pone un label en el time line que sea asi:
#p

se supone que con eso tiene que andar
;)
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Antiguo 27/11/2003, 14:17
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Si lo encuentra Forma IMPPRIMIR MOVE CLIP.. nos ayudara a todos


Algo parecido me paso.. necesitaba IMPRIMIR un texto especifico en flash..

Hal final hice llamara archivo .doc desde URL.. como la mayoria de la gente usa.. word se abre desde el navegador.. haci solucione el problema..
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