The NextPrev tutorial deals with pagination in Flash, a situation I seem to run into more and more these days. My usual course of action was to serve up the data to a PHP/HTML page and let it deal with paginating the results. But Flash has so much more to offer than the traditional html page, that I decided to recreate the process in Flash, which is a bit ironic in these days of Mr Jobs pushing HTML5 to do everything Flash does, only better. The resulting code was a natural for a Class, or at least it was after I copied and pasted it into a few different projects. This tutorial started out to be of average length, but as I got into it, I realized that there is quite a bit going on in the demo file that really needs to be explained. I am always muttering about the author leaving unexplained the one part I really wanted to know about, so, not wanting to do that, it's a bit longer than usual. And, if there are things I haven't explained to your personal satisfaction, my inBox is always open!