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Hi Pete, I did that and this is the message I get see attached screen capture...
No the file is not zipped
Hi Pete, I am using Flash CS5
I presume so. I went up to the menu, clicked on Help, selected updates and it updated. Before I even did all of that, I re-installed from the original disc to make sure there wasn't anything wrong. Im really lost. I have made all these web banners up in Flash CC and they don't export with flash player 10 so yahoo won't accept them, how stupid, now I can't even open them in an old version just to export. I don't know why adobe even bothered releasing CC, or at least it should have come with a warning.... sorry rant over...
here is a screen capture of the version I am running
Ok, so I have contacted Adobe and the problem with Adobe Flash seems to be that the newer version can be used to open old files, but it is not backwards-compatible, so new files cannot be opened up with older versions of Flash.
Not good... not good... thank you Pete