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    What is Macromedia Fireworks, anyway?

    I don't get the point of Fireworks and its purpose...maybe its going to be a very useful program...

    SOMEONE HELP ME!!!
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    Senior Member misterphotoshop's Avatar
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    Fireworks is used to design websites much like Photoshop but it isnt nearly as useful imo. If you have photoshop it wont be very useful to you Im guessing but if its all you have it will be.

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    Senior Member Trico's Avatar
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    What is Macromedia Fireworks, anyway?
    A sleek version of Microsoft Paint perhaps.

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    I have Adobe Photoshop Elements...

    Is that better than Fireworks?
    And which is better:

    Fireworks MX
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    Fireworks MX 2004?

    I have both and don't know which to install, that is, if I really do install it.
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    Senior Member Trico's Avatar
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    MX 2004 is the newer version of the two, I would suggest you try that one.

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    Senior Member glyakk's Avatar
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    This is really a subjective question. There is really no way to answer it without giving opinions. If something works for you than it works for you. 'Better' software will not make you a better designer. Use what is avaliable, PS elements is a good program as is Fireworks.


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    I use fireworks a lot and have gotten used to it, hard to learn PS after using Fireworks for so long


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