Convert PowerPoint Shows to Flash

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After reading Brad Andersohn's blog today on Making A Point - The Power Point Way! , I thought I would pass this neat product on.

PowerPoint to Flash - Dreamingsoft

It's a $49 product, but if you're looking for an easy to use method to convert Microsoft Powerpoint Files to 'Flash' files, I must admit this is pretty nice.  Keep in mind this tool is not for the technically challenged.  This product will convert the file into a .SWF file.  It must then be manually integrated into your website and HTML knowledge is somewhat of a necessity.  But, if you are into to this type of thing, you can probably find some good use. 

One such good use would be to blend your our entire listing presentation right into your own website!  Here's my website example! 

Or hey...why not your blog in ACTIVE RAIN??

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Rainmaker
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Gene Allen
Realtor Hampton Roads Real Estate
Resh Realty Group
Ran into this very problem today.  My office sent me a presentation and I don't have power point.  Go figure.
March 14, 2008 05:23 PM
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Kathy McGraw
Riverside County CA Real Estate
CELLing Realty
Nick- I am really impressed....but hey anyone that can do what I can't impresses me LOL :)  this looks really good......and price isn't bad either :)  I put this on the Feature of the e -PRO Group, it's good info.
March 14, 2008 11:52 PM
Rainer
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Nick Ruta

Candis - Hmm..a universal guide eh?  How's this....Active Rain, Active Rain, Active Rain, and one more useful site...Active Rain!!!  :-)  I think I'll leave the other lists for anyone crazy enough to tackle that challenge!

Gene - If you do not have the ability to view a PowerPoint presentation I suggess getting the free Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer. It's obviously no substitute for the actual program, but if all you care to do is view the PowerPoint Presentations, that will work nicely.

Kathy - Thank you!  I'm glad to hear this information is helpful.  The program actually is a piece of cake to use if you get it and as long as you know what to do with the created .SWF you're in good shape. 

March 15, 2008 12:26 AM
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Don Stern
Greater Baton Rouge Real Estate
Realty Executives South Louisiana

Nick, I like the idea of putting the listing presentation into a flash program... Thanks

Personally, I use Camtasia Studio 3 for my PowerPoint to Flash conversions.  I'm not sure the deal's still on but I picked up my copy for FREE.  The company will offer the upgrade to you for a fee but it isn't mandatory.

March 15, 2008 08:59 AM
Rainer
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Don - Just checked out Camtasia Studio and it looks like it's up to version 5.  They have a free 30-day trial, but the product itself is a whopping $299.  It's actually put out by a familiar company to me, Tech Smith.  They make a cool program called SnagIt that I have used before for image capturing.  Good stuff!
March 16, 2008 12:37 AM
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