Importing flash into PowerPoint
We often get asked how to import Flash into a PowerPoint presentation, and the simple answer is, it’s not very easy.
But the good news is that there is now a great Flash to PowerPoint converter available that makes the job easy.
iSpring Suite 6.0 (formerly FlashSpring) are Flash to PowerPoint converters designed to take all the hard work out of the process and accurately keep animations, appearance and interactivity of presentations like triggers and action buttons as well as new capabilities to create quizzes and video narrations
iSpring also works as a tool to convert your PowerPoint into Flash.
You can find a free trial and a full explanation of what these tools do at iSpring.
If you know of any other tools that make the process of converting Flash easy then please let us know.
High quality ….
But NOT compatible with my PowerPoint 2007
FlashSpring sounds good, but now we are in the digital age, we have come to expect more whizzier presentations. It may be a better solution to have an editable Flash ‘powerpoint-style’ product rather than imbedding bits of Flash in a powerpoint. Much less fiddly, and much more robust.
Peter I’m sure that you would.
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Why is this page called flash to powerpoint when the products talked about here are powerpoint to flash. None of it helps!
why is this page called Flash to power point and only talks about powerpoint to flash…..
Agreed…waste of time when ya looking of FLASH to Powerpoint
Yeah agree, please change the name of the title.
I think if I did a power point it would be magnificent