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If you follow the advice offered by this book, you'll never have to worry about losing your work. However, if something major goes wrong, leaving you with only a SWF file of your work, then this may help you. In general, it is impossible to convert a SWF to a FLA file in the case where the FLA is lost and you need to recover your work. There is a solution that can extract source data and code from a SWF file that you can then use to re-create your FLA and save most of your work. The solution is referred to as reverse engineering. Several programs out there will open a SWF and display the data found in it so that you can see and understand all the code and therefore recover any lost work. The best one is Sothink SWF Decompiler (http://www.sothink.com).
I have to be honestI was reluctant to include this tip. It seems that more and more people are using programs like this to steal other people's work. Please don't be one of them.
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