Convert Your PowerPoint Presentation to Flash with PowerFlashPoint
PowerFlashPoint automatically converts your PowerPoint XP/2002, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 & 2016 presentations into a highly compressed interactive content in Flash format. Easily distribute and share converted Flash with worldwide audience. It's the worlds most accurate PowerPoint to Flash converter.
Viewers will need Flash Player 8.0 or higher to properly view a converted PowerPoint presentation with PowerFlashPoint on the web. PowerFlashPoint also offer an "EXE" conversion that will package your presentation with a stand-alone Flash player.
The PowerFlashPoint software requires the software Microsoft dot NET framework version 2.0 pre-installed on your system to work properly. Therefore you must first install this software before the PowerFlashPoint software is installed. You can download this software from Microsoft's web site. To do so, choose the option 'Download .NET framework version 2.0' in the above dialog and click Next. The PowerFlashPoint setup program will quit and you will be taken to the DigitalOfficePro page from which you can go to the Microsoft's download page to download the .NET framework version 2.0. Once you have downloaded and installed the .NET framework on your machine, you should run the PowerFlahsPoint setup program again.
If your system does not have Microsoft Windows Installer 3.1, while installing the .NET framework version 2.0, you may be asked to install the Microsoft Windows Installer 3.1 as well. In this case, you have to download and install the Windows installer 3.1 before proceeding with the installation of Microsoft .NET frame work 2.0. Then install DigitalOfficePro: PowerFlashPoint.
You might not have installed Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) support during the Office installation process. Please install this feature by running the Office setup program again using Add/Remove programs section of Control Panel. If you are still having the problem, please try the solution to the next question [What else should I do to make the toolbar appear in PowerPoint?].
You may get this error, if there are some files belonging to previous installation of.NET framework beta framework on your machine even after uninstalling them. You need to uninstall all files related to beta releases. You can do this using the tool given in the site http://blogs.msdn.com/danielfe/archive/2005/10/27/485863.aspx ( please read the precautions on the same site before running the tool) Then reinstall .NET framework 2.0.
Close the PowerFlashPoint interface dialog on clicking the Cancel button or the window close button (X) on the top right corner of the interface dialog. Close PowerPoint. Reopen your presentation and try converting again. If the conversion process still hangs, close the PowerFlashPoint interface dialog by hitting the Cancel button and close PowerPoint. Go to the PowerFalshPoint installation folder [eg: D:\Program Files\DigitalOfficePro\PowerFlashPoint] and delete folders Output and Temp. Now try converting again.
If you have specified audio file(s) for your presentation or for individual slides, but it doesn't present in your Flash presentation, please review the following points:
Make sure that you have specified audio files which have supported file formats. PowerFlashPoint supports .wav and .mp3 formats. Make sure that both your presentation and embedded audio files are located on your local drive.
You might have set the custom animation effects for the master slide. At present the PowerFlashPoint does not support master slide custom animations. This feature will be supported in PowerFlashPoint's future versions.
If you find that certain letters are missing in the converted flash presentation, then please apply another font that is installed on your system (Arial, Times New Roman etc.) and try converting again. If a presentation contains embedded fonts and if that font is not installed on your system, the texts with that fonts may not appear in the converted flash presentation. This limitation will be removed in PowerFlashPoint's future versions.