How can I request an instructor copy of the book the missing manual for Flash cs5?

Teaching flash and actionscript 3 at the college level, would like an instructor copy of the missing manual to potentially use in class.
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  • Hi Chris.

    You can read about how to request instructor copies of books here:
    http://oreilly.com/academic

    Best,

    -Dawn
    Associate Editor, Missing Manuals
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  • Hi Chris,
    We ask that all desk or review copy requests go through our Academic Request form which you can find here:
    http://oreilly.com/academic
    You'll need to be logged into your oreilly.com account to complete the form. If you don't have one,
    you can create one by going here:
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    Educators in North America may request up to two books per semester at no charge. Examination and desk copies are subject to the approval of our Customer Service. If you would like to request more than two books please contact Customer Service by sending email to: adoption@oreilly.com

    If the request is for a review copy, we provision you with an ebook that the instructor can download and go through to determine if it will suit the needs of the class. If you select a desk copy, and the book has already been adopted we send a printed copy of the text.

    Books will be sent via ground shipping to a university or school street address, and allow up to two weeks for delivery.

    If you have any further questions or require further assistance,
    You can contact us at:
    1-800-889-8969
    or
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    7:30 am to 5:00 PST

    Cheers
    Tai H.
    Customer Service Rep,
    O'Reilly Media
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