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To preview this stationery click here.  To download a zipped file with the graphics shown here, the ssc and the sound file, please click here.  This SSC file was provided by Kathie to me as a gift and permission was given to use it for this tutorial.

1.  Insert a positioned container and set all of the edges to 0.

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2.  Insert a background and use vasebg2.jpg.  Scroll this up+left but make no other changes.

3.  Insert a positioned container, make sure this is not under the last one, it goes all the way over to the left margin.  Set all of these edges to 5.  It is done the same way as in Step #1 but just change the numbers all to 5.

4.  Insert a frame under the last container. Make it inset, size 3 and the color is 184-152-104.  Save this color for later use as a favorite.

5.  Insert a background and use the greenbg1.jpg.  This scrolls up+right with no other changes necessary.

6.  Insert a third positioned container and set all of the edges to be 35.  Refer to step #1 to see how this is done.

7.  Insert a frame exactly as done in step #4.

8.  Insert a background, use the graphic vasebg4.jpg and scroll this up+left with no other changes needed.

9.  Insert another positioned container and set all of these margins to be 65.  Refer to step #1 for how this is done.

10.  Insert a frame exactly as done in step #4.

11.  Insert a background.  Use vasebg2.jpg and scroll this up+right.

12.  Insert another positioned container and set all of the margins to be 95.

13.  Insert a frame exactly as before.

14.  Insert a background and use vasebg4.jpg.  Scroll this left+up.

15.  Insert another positioned container.  Set all the edges of this one to be 125.  Refer to step #1 if you need help with this.

16.  Insert another frame exactly as before.

17.  Insert a background using vasebg2.jpg, scroll it up+right.

18.  Insert another positioned container and set all margins to 155.

19.  Insert the frame as before.

20.  Insert a background and use vasebg4.jpg, scrolled up+left.

21.  This will be the last positioned container for this set.  Set all of the margins to be 185.

22.  Insert a frame as before.

23.  Insert a background, use vasebg6.jpg.  Non-scrolling.

24.  Next insert a message area and set all of the margins to be 200.  This will be an expanding message area.

25.  Next insert a loading message. Use a graphic, animation or just type in some text here.  If you'd like to have a graphical background in the loading message, please refer to the Scrippy Tips & Tricks available via the main menu.

26.  Insert a positioned container.  Use settings as shown below.

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27.  Insert a frame exactly as done before, inset, size 3.

28.  Insert a background and use vasebg2.jpg.  Scroll this right.

29.  Insert another positioned container and using the graphics from step #26 as a guide, make these the same EXCEPT make the horizontal say right instead of left.

30.  Insert the usual frame exactly as done before.

31.  Insert a background and use vasebg2.  Scroll this one left.

32.  Now insert another positioned container.  Use the settings as shown.

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33.  Insert a frame as before and then insert a background as before, using the vasebg2 and scroll it down.

34.  Insert the last positioned container.  Use the images from step #32 to guide you and use the exact same numbers.  The ONLY change is that for the vertical layout, change it from top to bottom.

35.  Now insert another frame under this container and it is the same as before, width of 3 and style is inset, same color as before.

36.  Insert a background, use the vasebg2 and scroll it up.  No other changes are needed.

37.  Insert a sound.  Use the file Fields of Gold included in your zipped file.  

This completes your stationery!  Feel free to use your own graphics :-)  Thanks to Kathie for allowing us the use of her ssc for this tutorial.

Created by Ozmee, November 2001.  This tutorial may be freely copied.  Graphics shown on this page were created by me and may be snagged or reused at will.  I place no restrictions of any kind on any image I create unless otherwise stated.

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