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Insert SWFs using Adobe Presenter

A decade ago, everyone wanted to insert SWFs into their PowerPoint slides. There were dozens of free and paid PowerPoint add-ins that did this task for you, and if you were patient enough, then you could also do this manually. But now new versions of PowerPoint allow you to add SWFs as a video clip — and also the need to insert SWFs has reduced. Adobe Presenter also enables you to insert a SWF file within your presentation slide — the inserted SWF plays in PowerPoint too if you have the Flash ActiveX Control installed.

Explore how to insert SWF files using Adobe Presenter.

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