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Online PowerPoint Presentation C Convert PowerPoint to Flash
by: SusanZheng
Although we dont know whether Microsoft ever envisioned such a big market about PowerPoint on its first release, today this software is impacting profoundly on education and corporations activities in the way that nobody could ignore. With a wealth of visual & audio effects people rely on it to express their ideas and plans more intuitively that leads to more effective communication outcomes.

One of most widely PowerPoint applications exists in education. With the booming of Internet, traditional education approaches have been eclipsing by various new emerging ways. And in spite of heavy promotion of supposedly new television education approaches in recent years, from my point of view, the real innovation and revolution is taking place somewhere else: On the Web, where I truly believe the advantages of PowerPoint will be fully exerted again.

Another great application undoubtly is for entertainment. PowerPoint2003 provides great transition effects and flash movie enable, narration record functions. People now tend to use it to make all kinds of brilliant slideshows as a way to keep and highlight their precious memory. For businessperson, its been an exclusive way to make their conception live for many years.

However like any other softwares PowerPoint has its share of weakness. The final projects totally dependence requires the Microsoft PowerPoint installed in any computer on which a presentation is running; And its bulky size make it awkward to distribute. In recent years, people have came up with an idea to fix this inconvenience C to convert PowerPoint to smaller, multi-platform supported flash files. We can include the merits of this conversion as following:

1. Reduce Size and Email Ready
If you are using PowerPoint presentation frequently in your work, you must feel to be hindered by its bulky size every now and then, which holds you back from any distribution. Now with PowerPoint to Flash Converter, that kind of problem will be eliminated automatically. The converted flash presentation is absolutely a better option for emailing due to its smaller size; it will not clog your partner inbox.

2. Greater and Easier Accessibility for Viewers
The converted Flash presentations can be easily viewed in any Internet Browsers. For most of Browsers have already had Flash Plug-ins installed, so you can email the convert Flash file to your friends directly without worrying whether they have PowerPoint Software installed on their computers. And thanks to its smaller, streaming media format you can just post it on websites or Intranets to share with other people.

3. Keep all original effects in PowerPoint presentation
Convert PowerPoint to Flash will keep all original effects in your PowerPoint presentation without any distortion. After converting your PowerPoint presentation to flash files, you will be surprised to find that the result is amazing; all the original effects are remain unchanged. With this knowledge in mind, you can just go ahead and enjoy it!

4. Secure
PowerPoint files are editable by anyone else who has PowerPoint installed on their machine. Not so for Flash files which allow you to maintain a higher degree of control on your content if you wish to.

5. Firewall Friendliness
Flash-based content has no problem going through firewalls as it behaves just like standard Web content.

There are already PPT to SWF softwares on the market, some of them have really strong functions. But they all priced at above average level (several hundred dollars) compared with other softwares, their target clients mostly are companies or organizations.

A practical and easy-to-use PowerPoint to Flash Converter

About the author:
SusanZheng writes, teaches, trains and consults on business and professional presentations and eCommerce related matters. For more information PPT to SWF Converter visit

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