Question: I am looking for help inserting a Flash movie into my PowerPoint slide. My client sent me a movie with an EXE file extention and I have followed your directions correctly but I can not get it to play. Is there any way you can help me with this or point me in the right direction?
Answer: You need to ask your client to send you a SWF file -- SWF files are actual Flash animation movies -- the EXE file you received is most probably a Flash Projector file that includes the Flash runtime to run the movie and is essentially used for CD distribution. The original creator of the Flash movie can most certainly create a SWF output and send it to you so that you can insert it within a PowerPoint slide.
Categories: powerpoint, powerpoint_flash
Go to the tools bar at the top of the page, and go to customize, then go to commands, control toolbox, and drag the more controls to a toolbar at the top of the pageand click off of the customize box, then go to the more controls tab in the toolbar you put it in and click on it, scroll down to shockwave flash object and click on it and drag it onto the slide, then a white box will appear. right click on it and go to properties, go to the top of the box that appears and click on custom. copy the games url from your document etc, and paste it into the base and movie url boxes, click on ok and press f5 to play the game,,, enjoy! Danny
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