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Fireworks with PSP?

Fireworks with PSP?

Fireworks with PSP?

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I was wondering how PSP works with Fireworks... I use PSP a lot, and Flash too, but Fireworks is the step in between... Is it worth getting? Any good?
and can you convert image files (jpgs etc) into vector images using it?

Thanks,
 Kitten ^_-

RE: Fireworks with PSP?

I have Fireworks 3 but don't use it. I also have Photoshop and don't use it. I use Paint Shop Pro. Paint Shop Pro 7 does everything that Fireworks and Photoshop does, web wise, and then some, like tubes.

I don't think Fireworks converts jpg's into vector objects. If it did, I would use that feature.

Of course, my opinion is somewhat biased because I teach Paint Shop Pro and write PSP tutorials.

If you don't have PSP version 7 , I'd reccomend upgrading before buying Fireworks.

PSPforever...mike

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