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    if i have flash 4 can i upgrade right to mx or do i NEED flash 5?
    thanks
    (moo)

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    I'd say you would need to buy the full-on version of Flash MX.

    It's too much of a jump to upgrade from 4 and not worth it to upgrade to 5 just for the upgrade price on MX.

    Hope this helps.
    Eric

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    Upgrade!

    Not true. If you check this URL you will see that an upgrade is available for you.

    http://www.macromedia.com/software/f...tinfo/upgrade/

    Definately upgrade.

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    Not only is Flash 4 good for an $ 199.00 upgrade to MX, Flash 2 and 3 will do too...

    Now that's something for the whiners around there...

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    Gross Pecululatarian Ed Mack's Avatar
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    Hey, leave the whiners alone.

    Without the whiners, you wouldn't have whine, and then you wouldn't have whine-cellars, and also you wouldn't have whine specialists on tv claiming they can taste a "bit of oak and cherry blosom" in some whine.

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    Sorry for the busted advice mr. bob. I was surprised that you can upgrade older software. Unless we're just talking about upgrade price and they still give you the full version. Either way, you're good to go.

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    hey i glad to hear that i can upgrade to mx without buying flash 5. thanks for the info

    mrbob

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