flash 5 and mx

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I creates fla file with flash mx. when i tried t open it with flash 5 it says unexpected format.Is there a way to open fla flie that created with mx with flash 5 :?:
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Post 3+ Months Ago

no -- the MX version is a newer version and is completely
different. You can open flash 5 files in MX, but not the other
way around.
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Yes, Unflux is right, but Flash MX 2004 however has the ability to export for previous versions given that the actionscript and items used in the movie are compatible with previous versions of Flash.
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thank you guys
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he wasn't asking about the export, he wanted to open a MX
file using flash5.

I know flashMX and 2k4 both can export in earlier versions of
the plugin, which is quite handy.
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Well what I meant was that Flash MX 2004 can export a .fla file that can be opened in previous versions if all items and scripting permits.

I've had a couple times where Flash MX 2004ers needed help with their .fla files but I can't open them in MX, so they save them as Flash MX and voila... I can then help.
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ahh, yes. we are talking about same things then. and i just
experienced the very thing you mentioned there with 2k4
and MX... :?

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