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Fireworks CS4 batch process to flattened PNG

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Hi,

Am I able to batch process standard PNG images to flattened PNG images in Fireworks CS4?

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This should get you flat PNG's  in Fireworks, just tested it myself.

In Fireworks:

File
Batch Process
(Choose the Images you want to process)
Add
Next
Export
Edit
Format (PNG 32)
OK
Next
(choose output location and backup options).
Batch
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Perfect thank you!
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