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    PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    This is a conversion tool that can convert powerpoint 2007 to flash.
    http://www.sameshow.com/powerpoint-to-flash-2007.html

    See a sample:
    http://www.sameshow.com/demo/ppt2fla...ple/index.html

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    Re: PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    I thought that if you dug about on the MS website enough you could simply download a free plugin to do this... correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Re: PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    OpenOffice impress does this as well

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    Re: PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    If anyone knows where the free plugin can be found can they post a link.

    tia

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    Re: PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    To Ric_

    Thanks for your info. But I can not find a free plug-in on microsoft site.
    Yet I do find several commercial plug-ins to convert powerpoint to flash.



    So, could you kindly leava a link here ?

    To CyberNerd

    Yes, Open Office has a feature to enable you to export a powerpoint as a flash. But I am afraid you will just get static slildes in the converted flash.
    If you want to retain animations, transitions or multimedia like inserted audio, a commercial converter like PPT2Flash is a better choice.

    In addition to Open Office, you can try this free converter Powerbullet Presenter
    Powerbullet Presenter is a small, simple and free program for creating presentations in the Flash format.
    http://www.powerbullet.com/

    Same again, this tool can only convert flash with static slides.

    For the compaitibility with PowerPoint 2007, I have not heard any update news of Open Office or Powerbullet Presenter.

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    Re: PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    I can't open the demo!

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    Re: PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    I had finally opened the demo and found that the effects is nice.
    Thank you very much , I will try it!

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    Bravo ! News feature has been added to PPT2Flash Professiona

    PPT2Flash Professional that converts PowerPoint (2000/2003/XP/2007) to Flash has been upgraded to Version 4.2.5 with many exciting new features.
    1.PPT2Flash Professional works as a PowerPoint 2007 ribbon menu tab.
    This feature gives you the easy way to use the powerful functions by just one click on the icon. There is not need to click PowerPoint Add-In and find what you need in the drop-down list.
    Easy, breezing user experience and save time.
    See a screenshot:


    2.Capture screen activities to create a live video demo for accurate information delivery.
    See how you can do it: Click here



    3.Resume flash presentation where a viewer left off last time.
    You do not have to view the presentation you have viewed before. The flash player can resume it where you left off.
    See a screenshot:


    Special Offers:
    Buy any one product and you can get 20 PowerPoint 2007 templates worth of $99.55 FREE!
    PowerPoint 2007 Template Screenshot:

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    Re: PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    I use Presentation To Video Converter
    http://www.geovid.com/Presentation_to_Video_Converter/

    Presentation To Video Converter converts powerpoint not only to flash, but also to video & gif.
    Moreover, it's a DVD burner.

    yes it costs, but has trial version

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    Re: PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    Besides embed your PowerPoint slideshow to webpage to let people view online.
    You may also imagine that Put your PowerPoint presentations to DVD to view it on TV.
    I think this PowerPoint to DVD tool is also helpful to you. Click below url to get it.
    DVD Presenter.

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    Re: PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    i have been doing as we speak i ran the powerpoint presentation with wink (Recomended by edugeekers)and it works like a dream saved it as flash file also put some sound to it. and best of all it is free. Could also edit timings and everything.

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    Re: PowerPoint 2007 to Flash

    In terms of freeware, wink is a good choice. Actually, it is a screen recording tool rather than a conversion tool.
    You can record the PowerPoint screens as you run the presentation and save it as a Flash file.
    With PPT2Flash Professional, you just import the presentation and then convert.
    Their working mechanisms are diffferent and results in some differences. For example, you can not retaind hyperlinks, attachments, rehearse timings, or hidden notes by recording.
    For people care with this, they may like to use a conversion tool like PPT2Flash Professional.

    Since it is shareware, you can have a free trial

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