Flash CS4 Tutorial
How to add Pre-Defined Motion Presets to a Flash Motion Tween
Flash ships with several motion presets you can quickly add to your symbols and static text objects.
Open a new document and add a rectangle to the stage with the Rectangle tool (r key).
Select the rectangle and press F8 to convert it to a Movie Symbol.
Move your object to the right edge of the stage and click frame one of the default layer. Open the Motion Presets panel (Window > Motion Presets).
Open the Default Presets folder. Click the presets to see a preview.
To apply a preset to your object, click the Apply button.
By marquee selecting the object and motion path, you can repostion the object on the stage.
Publish your movie by choosing Control > Test Movie (Cmd/Return (PC-Ctrl/Enter).
Saving Custom Presets
In addition to the Default Presets folder, there is a second one called Custom Presets.
To add create and save a custom preset, add a Motion Tween to an object. Select the tween, then click the Custom Presets folder in the Motion Presets panel. From the panel's pull-down menu choose Save.