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ActiveX is the successor to OLE 1 and OLE 2. In clear cut, unambiguous terms, this means that ActiveX is a technology that allows components, clients or controls to run individually integrated in another application. The control could be a Shockwave Flash control. The applications are usually web browsers like Microsoft Internet Explorer. Alternatively they ...


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The options that allow you to insert Flash movies in PowerPoint 2007 (and maybe later versions) are found in the Developer tab of the Ribbon.By default, this tab is not visible (as shown in Figure 1) -- and has to be turned on. If the Developer tab is indeed visible in your Ribbon (see Figure ...


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We have a review program for PowerPoint to Flash add-ins that are benchmarked using our Evaluate presentation. Here are scores for some of these add-ins: iSpring Pro 3.5 Wondershare PPT2Flash Professional 5.0.0.14 FlashPoint 2.81 FlashPoint Professional 2.81 There are more PowerPoint add-ins or companion programs which allow you to convert PowerPoint presentations to Flash movies ...







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