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I am starting a Digital Media class in college and CS5 is what is setup on the computers and textbooks are also about CS5 as well. They haven't upgraded to CS6 yet. I am mainly doing Photoshop, Flash Professional, and Illustrator in this class. I have just paid for and downloaded the Creative Cloud and everything pertains to CS6.
My question is should I stick with using Flash Prof. CS5? Or can CS6 be used as long as I don't use the newer parts of the program?
Also will there be compatible issues in say for instance I am doing a project and going back and forth from my computer at home (with CS6) to working on it at school (with CS5)? (Again only using the three programs I mentioned above)
cs6 can be used.
any class, method, property or event that works for flash player 10 will work with the cs5 version at your school. the help files list the flash player version needed for every class, method, property and event.
when you save a fla (using cs6) that you want to open using cs5, use "save as" and select Flash CS5 document. If you fail to do that and save as a CS6 document, your school's Flash will be unable to open that document and display an "unrecognized file format" message.
Awesome! Thank you for your feedback!!