i would copy and paste.
I kind of have been manually copying and pasting the timeline of each slide over to a new scene already but, the problem is that I have about a hundred different actual CS3 .FLA presentation type files each with at least 15 slides per one and a few of the .FLA files have 70+ slides in them. So I was just kind of trying to just see if there is an easier process that I can maybe do to help speed up the process.
you could create a jsfl file that would automate the process, but jsfl requies some effort and learning.
Thanks for suggesting me to look into JSFL commands.
With it I managed to create a simple one that semi works for what I was wanting. I managed to make one for exporting out a single frame by automatically copying all the frames on the slide I have manually selected into a new document and then opens a Save As prompt for me to save it out. Which is a lot faster than manually doing each one so that is something.
I am still looking into expanding on it by trying to have it automatically go back to the original document and then to the next slide in the presentation to repeat the process. I haven't really found any information on how to tell Flash to switch slides yet but I am still doing some research on it.
p.s. you can use for-loops in jsfl files to loop through frames, scenes, layers etc.