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Can I publish a CS4 fla project with CS5?

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This is my first flash project.  I have a CS4 fla project which required a change to the action script file.  I've made that change, and now I must re-publish the swf file.  I can't find a free trial of Flash CS4 for download, only CS5.  Can I use CS5 to publish this CS4 fla project?
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