FlashPoint: The Indezine Review

Created: Monday, October 1, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:05 am



It’s hard to believe now, but there used to be a time when PowerPoint to Flash converters were so expensive, and few are far in between. Some of those products were in fact hosted on the servers of the program vendors, and you had to use your browser to upload and download content all the time.

Nowadays, this capability is available in products that range from free to a hundred dollars whereabouts. And these products work on your desktop, not on some remote server.

FlashPoint is one such application — and in this review I am going to see how the application performs using our new PowerPoint to Flash benchmark presentation.

Read the review here…

Categories: add-in, powerpoint, powerpoint_flash

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