|Set Button skins with overSkin, upSkin, and downSkin style properties|
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<!-- embed\ButtonIconCSS.mxml -->
<mx:Button label="Icon Button Style Def" styleName="myCustomButton" />
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|1.||Skinning a Button component using inline styles|
|2.||Use graphical skins for the up, over, and down states of the Button control|
|3.||Set skins for a Button control by using the overSkin, upSkin, and downSkin style properties|
|4.||A SkinnableContainer with a Line component between two Button components|
|5.||A SkinnableContainer container with four Button controls as its children|
|6.||Draw a border around a VGroup that contains Button controls without using a custom skin class|
|7.||Using graphical skins for the up, over, and down states of the Button control|
|8.||Replace MX Button control's up, over, and down skins with individual symbols from a SWF file|
|9.||Using static SWF assets as skins|
|10.||Creating graphical skins|
|11.||Assign graphic or programmatic skin to two or more skins|
|13.||Applying graphical overSkin, upSkin, downSkin inline|