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Can I Insert Flash Files on PowerPoint 2008 Slides (on the Mac)? January 24th, 2009
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Can I Insert Flash Files on PowerPoint 2008 Slides (on the Mac)? Can I Insert Flash Files on PowerPoint 2008 Slides (on the Mac)?

This is from Jim Gordon, a Microsoft Office for Mac MVP. Movies in PowerPoint for Mac are supported by Apple QuickTime. Unfortunately Adobe, the creators of Flash do not make a Flash codec for QuickTime, and no third party app exists that I know of to support Adobe Flash in QuickTime. This wasn’t always the case. At ...


What is VBA?

VBA stands for Visual Basic for Applications, and is a programming language subset of Microsoft Visual Basic. It allows to control several options in programs that support VBA.Most Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint work with VBA.You really don't need to learn a lot of VBA to make things happen. Sometimes, you ...


iSpring Free vs. Pro

Often users ask about the differences between the free and pro versions of iSpring -- and while iSpring Solutions does have extensive documentation on the differences, I thought it will be nice to have that information available on the FlashPPT site.Nina Lezhnina from iSpring sent me an exhaustive comparison.FeaturesFreeProPowerPoint and operating system compliance PowerPoint 2000/2002/2003/2007++Windows ...







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