Forgive me if this is a rudimentary question, but I've searched the help files as well as online and I'm not finding anything on it. I have a bunch of PNG image maps I need to update (someone else created the PNGs in Fireworks several years ago). I open them, make the updates and choose export HTML and Images, and then it allows me to choose some options for the HTML, but not for the images. For one thing, it keeps putting the image file somewhere other than where I want it (and as a result I have to move the image file and update the HTML manually), and it doesn't let me choose what kind of image I want to export. I want JPEGs, but it keeps cranking out GIFs. What am I missing here?
Ok, I finally noticed the Put Images in Subfolder check box, which allows me to choose where I want the image to end up (not exactly intuitive, though, as I don't want the image in a subfolder, per se, I want it in the same folder as the HTML!). And I still don't see where I can choose what type of image to export. (What's with this "Export" crap anyway? Why not Save for Web and Devices like every other Adobe product I use? I know, I know, it's related to Fireworks' Macromedia origins...still, let's get on the same page, here!)
I like exporting images through File>Image Preview. You can select your export options there. Others prefer the File>Export dialog.