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From: Andrew Kirkpatrick
Date: Jan 31, 2005 6:39PM
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> Just to clarify your above statement, are you saying that the
> content actually had to be developed within FlashMX? (As
> opposed to converting some other file format to FlashPaper?)
Flashpaper is an application and a document. The application can be used to
create flashpaper documents or pdf documents. The flashpaper document is a
flash file, but it is not authored in the Flash authoring tool.
More about Flashpaper: http://www.macromedia.com/software/flashpaper/
The accessibility of Flashpaper documents depends on the file you use to
create the FlashPaper. Starting with a word document for example, an image
in the document with an equivalent defined in word will have an equivalent
There is accessibility information and scripts available for FlashPaper to
improve the performance with JAWS: