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How to save an old FC file so it opens in 5.0

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I currently have a 5.1 Final Cut project that I opened in 6.0.3 to edit. I have not saved it yet, so is there a way to save it so I can go back and open it on FC 5.0?

I've found some info on how to do it from 5.0 to 4.5, but that's it.

PLEASE HELP! So i don't waste my time.

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