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I don't know how this book wouldn't be for you. I know every author toots his own horn this way, but honestly I wrote a book that, had someone else written it, I would want to own. When it comes to Flash, we all know that the program is ever-expanding and continually becoming more complex. That means more shortcuts to get things done. Since there are so many tips like this, I always had a hard time remembering them all or at least remembering to use them all. So to be honest, this book is as much for me as it is for you. Which is kind of strange. I mean, I'm sitting working, and then I go to my own book as a reference.
I know what you're saying. "Where can I get a free subscription to Marie Claire?" Well, maybe I can put in a good word for you with the White House. In the meantime, try asking yourself this question instead... "If Flash is so huge and robust, couldn't you have put in 10,000 tips?" Of course I could have. I could have made every little shortcut in the entire program into a tip, but then the book would be 3,000 pages and very hard to flip through or use as a reference. What I've done is chosen the tips that have always helped and excited me. These are what I consider to be "Killer Tips." There were many times while writing that I would come across a tip that I always knew, but just seldom used. I actually became excited while rediscovering them, and I think whether you are discovering or rediscovering them, you will too. Because the book was written to be a collection of the best tips for everyone, from the beginner to the expert, I know for a fact this book is for you. If it's not for you, go ahead and buy it just to make sure.
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