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  • Need some help

    My son(who is doing his GCSEs this year) needed to create a Flash animation as part of his coursework. He was running out of time in school so we thought we could download trial version from Adobe and get him to work at home during half term break and then take animation to school to finish it off.

    However we have found that animations created in CS5(which being the current version is the only version available as a trial from Adobe) can not be saved in CS3 format without also having CS4 where the animation can be saved to be as a CS3 animation.

    My question is do we have someone on the forum who has CS4 and is willing to help me out here? you can reach me on anand.sharma2508@gmail.com

    many thanks.

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    I don't have CS4, but I had a similar situation trying to convert client InDesign files from CS5 to CS3. Unfortunately, even if you are able to find the tools, not everything is compatible. ie - InDesign loses the names of all the links when you take it through the 2 conversions. By the time you find the programs and fix all the resulting problems, it may be worth just re-creating. Best of luck!

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