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hi, I am creating a scrollbar component. Also i m trying to create that scrollbar component as a class, since i want to call this scrollbar component in different pages of the site. I am invoking the content to display with that component from the library according to the page. Content is placing in the component with "attachMovie method". Actually the class is writing in actionscript file. While the attachMovie method is using in actionscript file, how should i write the parameters of attachMovie. I mean how should i invoke the content from library. Right now i am working with project. If u can reply me as soon as possible. If u reply soonly i can implement it.

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