First, did you define your site in Dreamweaver before exporting the files from Fireworks? Round tripping will not work properly otherwise. Second, you need to import the Fireworks HTML to your Dreamweaver page [Insert > Image Objects > Fireworks HTML]. Cut and paste stymies the round tripping mechanism.
Yes, the web site is correctly defined in Dreamweaver. I teach web design for both high school andadult school, and I have done this procedure 100's of times with CS3. There is something different withCS5. I took your suggestion and imported the Fireworks HTML using Insert -> Image -> Fireworks HTML,but it still does not work. I can edit it in Fireworks, hit the Done button, and the png file is saved butthe HTML page remains the same.Also, the export does not get the path right, and it will not let me set the path right. The only way the pathis right is if the page that I am pasting the Fireworks HTML is in the same folder as the png. It alwayssets the png's path as menu.png. Therefore, if the page is in a different folder, the document relative pathwon't find it. This was never a problem with CS3. In fact, you could paste the code using Control-V and itwould work 100% of the time. That is how we always did it. When exporting from Fireworks, I would setExport to "copy to clipboard" then move to Dreamweaver, click where I wanted the code pasted and do Control-V and presto it wouldalways work. You could come back a month later, select the table, click the Edit button, make changesin Fireworks, click the Done button and the changes would be reflected on the HTML page in Dreamweaver withoutdoing anything more. I have tried it with "copy to clipboard" and I have tried it with "export HTML file". Neitherworks. There is definitely something different between CS3 and CS5, and right now I am missing CS3.Thanks for your help. I will keep fighting this until I get it, but any additional input would be appreciated.Nathan