Play an Adobe Macromedia Flash animation in PowerPoint 2007

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If you have an animated graphic that was created by using Adobe Macromedia Flash and saved as a Shockwave file with an .swf extension, you can play the file in a Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 presentation by using the ActiveX control called Shockwave Flash Object and the Adobe Macromedia Flash Player. To play the Flash file, add an ActiveX control to the slide and create a link from it to the Flash file, or embed the file in the presentation.
ActiveX control security settings are located in the Trust Center, where you can find security and privacy settings for 2007 Microsoft Office system programs. You may need to adjust your security settings to allow Active X controls to run. ActiveX settings in the Trust Center apply to all 2007 Office release products. For example, if you change a setting in PowerPoint, that setting is also changed for other Office programs that use the Trust Center. For more information about Active X controls and changing settings, see Enable or disable ActiveX controls in Office documents.
  • The Shockwave Flash Object must be registered on your computer for you to play the Flash file within a presentation. To see whether the Shockwave Flash Object is registered, on the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click More ControlsButton image. If the Shockwave Flash Object appears in the list of controls, it is registered on your computer. If it is not registered, download the latest version of the Flash Player from the Adobe Web site to register the Shockwave Flash Object on your computer.
  • To guarantee that complex animations run properly, install the latest version of the Flash Player, even if older versions of the Shockwave Flash Object are registered on your computer.

Add a Flash file to a presentation

  1. Install the Flash Player on your computer.
  2. In PowerPoint, in Normal view, display the slide on which you want to play the animation.
  3. Click the Microsoft Office Button Button image, and then click PowerPoint Options.
  4. Click Popular, and then under Top options for working with PowerPoint, select the Show Developer tab in the Ribbon check box, and then click OK.
    Note The Ribbon is a part of the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface
  5. On the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click More ControlsButton image.
  6. In the list of controls, click Shockwave Flash Object, click OK, and then drag on the slide to draw the control.
    Resize the control by dragging the sizing handles.
  7. Right-click the Shockwave Flash Object, and then click Properties.
  8. On the Alphabetic tab, click the Movie property.
  9. In the value column (the blank cell next to Movie), type the full drive path, including the file name (for example, C\:MyFile.swf) or uniform resource locator (URL) to the Flash file that you want to play.
  10. To set specific options for how the animation plays, do the following, and then close the Properties dialog box:
    • To play the file automatically when the slide is displayed, set the Playing property to True. If the Flash file has a Start/Rewind control built into it, you can set the Playing property to False.
    • If you don't want the animation to play repeatedly, set the Loop property to False.

Preview an animation in Slide Show view

  • On the View tab, in the Presentation Views group, click Slide Show or press F5.
    To exit the slide show and return to Normal view, press ESC.



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