Vic Ferri Creates EXEs from PowerPoint

Created: Monday, March 8, 2004, posted by at 5:33 am


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Vic FerriI first heard about Vic Ferri’s PowerPoint to EXE conversion service on a Yahoo Groups forum. Intrigued by the concept, I visited his site but never got around contacting him. There have always been questions on Microsoft’s PowerPoint newsgroups that ask about EXE conversion of PowerPoint presentations – something Microsoft has chosen to ignore probably since EXEs from PowerPoint could start a new bunch of computer viruses.

Fast forward two years and I was communicating with Vic about his concept, and it seemed good enough for an Indezine story.

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