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Anyone know how to make Flash 'flowchart'?

Discussion in 'Software' started by Gary_M, 24 Dec 2006.

  1. Gary_M

    Gary_M

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    Hi,

    I need to create a flowchart (or similar) that will offer different paths, depending on the 'answer' given.

    For example: The question might be - "Do you wish to see the situation improved?". Then, the person will have the choice of answering 'yes' or 'no'. If the answer is 'yes' a different question would then appear, than if the answer was 'no'.

    Hope this makes sense :)

    I have Flash MX, but don't have any experience creating flash documents, so any advice would be much appreciated.

    Thanks in advance :p
     
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    could you not use powerpoint?

    with a say yes button and no button, each button links to another page?

    not tried it just a thought
     
  4. Gary_M

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    I did think about PowerPoint breezer, but I want to embed the finished chart into a webpage, and this wouldn't work with that program. There may, however, be a way of converting PowerPoint to Flash - I'll look into that as an option.

    Cheers :p
     
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    Thanks eggplant. looks just what I need. I am competent with PowerPoint, but haven't got my head around Flash yet, so this looks perfect.

    Cheers :p
     
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