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Visual Flash Plug-in: The Indezine Review

Many PowerPoint users have a fascination with Flash but still prefer PowerPoint’s ease of use and logical workflows rather than dabbling with Flash that has a longer learning curve compared to PowerPoint’s almost zero learning curve. Yet these same users like to insert Flash files into their PowerPoints, and sometimes they look for a way to export Flash files they have inserted within the PowerPoint presentations. However, that’s not always easy since changes made by Microsoft to file formats from the PowerPoint 2003’s PPT to PowerPoint 2007’s PPTX have made everything uncertain. A new add-in for PowerPoint tries to overcome some of these issues — does it succeed?

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