How to get a Flash presentation on my site?

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Can someone please tell me in step by step detail how to display a Flash presentasion on my website. I really , really need to get a flash presentation on my site. Help me......
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D-Zine

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Peter

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Hi D-Zine,

Check that the file operates correctly. Try running the .swf by itself. If everything is fine, try using the Flash-generated HTML.

As for the Flash-generated HTML, I mentioned, in Flash, under the Publish Settings, select the HTML checkbox in addition to the Flash checkbox and set the name of the filename and follow the instructions as Kershnee has outlined. Save. Update
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Kershnee

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Hi D-Zine,

Here's how to add a flash file to your page:

1) Upload your .swf file. You can do this by clicking on the File Manager button.
2) Drag and drop a HTML widget onto your site, where you would like to see your flash presentation, and paste the following HTML inside it:

<object width="200" height="400">
<param name="movie"value="resources/myswffile.swf">
<embed src="resources/myswffile.swf"width="200"height="400"/>
</object>

3) Then substitute "myswffile.swf" in the code above - in both places, with the name of the file you uploaded, and you should see the flash movie appear when you close the HTML editor. You'll need to play around with the width and height values in the text above, to suit your movie's needs.
4) Remember to include any folder names in the file path if your file is stored in a folder in the File Manager. For example: "resources/Flash folder/myswffile.swf"