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    How to convert ppt to flash

    Recently I need to convert some ppt files to flash for my tutorial, could you suggest me some good softwares to finish that ?

    Thanks

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    anyone else hear that? flashpipe1's Avatar
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    15 pages of tools here:

    http://www.masternewmedia.org/powerp...version_tools/

    We use Articulate Presenter at work, but it's pricey and creates LOTS of flash files that are linked together.

    I've also used Captivate and Adobe Presenter as well.

    Hope that helps!
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    Re: Flashpipe1

    thanks for your kindly answer, i will try

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    i think ********** may help you

    good luck

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    I'm going to go ahead and label this thread as a crude attempt at spamming.

    Post a question so you can answer a question with your product.

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    The product listed in the answer thread has been permanently blocked from the forum.
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    PPT converter to convert ppt to document, ppt to image and ppt to flash files within varible .net framework in programmatical way. I would like to try what suggested here.

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    Chestertonpdf, you've been posting a lot of links back to Rasteredge.com - in fact, too much.

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