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Suppose I have multiple, say, around 50 bitmaps in my Fireworks (CS6) file. There are pages from a scanned file. I want to export each of them to a separate file.

There is a function in Fireworks that permits to export all "Layers" to files, but not "Bitmaps"...

Is there a way to save each bitmap as a file, without having to do 50 operations individually?enter image description here

  • Fireworks has some scripting capabilities, but from the looks of it you will be (a lot) faster doing 50 operations manually than researching and implementing an automated process. – Slava Mar 10 '19 at 10:02
  • I manually created 50 new layers (folders), and manually moved a bitmap by folder, then the export allowed me to export all layers(folders) to a separate image automatically... – Serge Mar 12 '19 at 10:34
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I know it's way too late to answer Serge, but I wanted to do the same, and the only way was to move each bitmap to a new layer. Fortunately there's a less painful way (still painful). On Layer window drag the bitmap to the New Layer icon and it'll create a copy of the bitmap into a new layer. Then you can delete your bitmap and it becomes easier to know which you did already, and those you didn't do yet.

Cheers.

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