Monthly Archives: August 2007

Browse posts released in August 2007. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary



August 19th, 2007
Embedded Flash in PowerPoint: Can it be Extracted?




Edit the Control Properties (PowerPoint 2007) August 18th, 2007
Edit the Control Properties (PowerPoint 2007)




August 15th, 2007
Insert the Control (PowerPoint 2007)




August 14th, 2007
Enable the Developer tab in the Ribbon




August 11th, 2007
Insert Flash Resources




August 11th, 2007
Converting PowerPoint to Flash with Third Party Products




August 11th, 2007
Using FlashBack




August 11th, 2007
Install and Disable FlashBack




August 11th, 2007
What is FlashBack?




August 11th, 2007
Rewind Flash Movies Using VBA




August 11th, 2007
Insert Flash in Pre-PowerPoint 2007




August 10th, 2007
What is VBA?




August 10th, 2007
Rewind a Flash Movie?




August 7th, 2007
Edit the Control Properties




August 5th, 2007
Insert the Control (pre PowerPoint 2007)




August 5th, 2007
Assemble Everything




August 5th, 2007
Insert Flash in PowerPoint for Windows Users




August 5th, 2007
Microsoft Internet Explorer




Activex August 4th, 2007
ActiveX





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