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Flash CS4 how to export current scene as a png

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I want to pulish the current view in my workspace to a png. I tried publishing it as a png but it just exports the current frame. I want everything I see in the workspace exported, all layers etc. as a static image. How can I do this?
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can you explain a littler further? a png will always export just one frame. Did you mean one layer? Are you talking about nested movie clips?
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Consider all the layers of visible. Move the playhead to frame 10. At the current frame I want to simply export everything that is seen on the screen.
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I figured this out. You can export as an image and use it as a still shot of the entire scene.
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solved my own problem
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