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    If anybody can help me i need to know if there is a way to copy keyframes from an already existing movie clips animation to another movie clip.Ive tried it but what happens is that it also copies the graphic of the movie clip which i dont want. I just need to copy the keyframes w/o graphic. If anyboidy can help me i would appreciate it a lot.!!!!

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    Code:
    Copy:   Ctrl+Alt+C
    Paste:  Ctrl+Alt+V

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    Ah, reread your question. The graphic is a necessary component of a keyframe. If you just want to copy the actionScript, hit F9 to open the actionScript window and copy and paste the script text itself.


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