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Thanksgiving is a great time to reach out to friends and families by sending out greeting eCards. There a lot free online Thanksgiving eCards for us to send our wishes and thanks to our friends and families. You can save some money with these free Thanksgiving eCards. Plus, you can also make the recipient smile by personalizing Thanksgiving Flash eCards with your photos, music, greeting voice and videos.


How to personalize such animated Thanksgiving eCards yourself ? If you know much about Flash Scripts, Adobe Flash is the preferred tool to make amazing Thanksgiving eCards. For most Adobe Flash newbie, PowerPoint is definitely the right tool. With PowerPoint, you can easily personalize the design, including your own videos and photos and customizing the right message for each recipient. And then using PowerPoint to Flash converter to transfer the PowerPoint presentation to Flash eCard. Here are the steps about how to make personalized Thanksgiving Flash eCard with PowerPoint and PowerPoint to Flash converter.


By following the 3 steps in this article, you can create your own personalized Thanksgiving Flash greeting eCard in minutes!

Tools you will need:
Microsoft PowerPoint
PowerPoint to Flash Converter

Step 1 - Prepare multimedia resources for your greeting eCard

  1. Photo: Find it on your photo album or download it from website.
    Free Thanksgiving images download:
  2. Music: Download your favorite songs or record your own greeting voice.
    Free Thanksgiving music download:
    Record your own greeting voice:
  3. For PowerPoint 2007, please go to: Insert -> Sound -> Record Sound
    For PowerPoint 2003, please go to: Slide Show -> Record Narration
  4. Video: Download Thanksgiving related video on You Tube and other online videos.
    Free Website to download YouTube video:
  5. Thanksgiving PowerPoint templates download
    Free resource:

Step 2 - Integrate multimedia resources into PowerPoint eCard presentation

1. Design the slide layout.
You can create the greeting card by choosing the PowerPoint templates or launch PowerPoint to create a new design by yourself.
2. Insert multimedia resources to PowerPoint
Insert photos: Insert -> Picture
Insert music:
Insert YouTube video:
Insert Flash:

Step 3 - Convert Thanksgiving PowerPoint presentation to Thanksgiving Flash eCard

Via PPT2Flash to publish your PowerPoint to animated Flash eCard in one click by simply clicking the Publish button.

Now, open your PowerPoint, try to make a Flash eCard by yourself with these easy 3 steps. And then send the personlized Thanksgiving Flash eCard by email, or uploading to your blog and website for web sharing. There will be big smiles in recipient' faces.

» Level Basic

Added: 2009-11-17
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The author is a senior expert in eLearning who works at Wondershare E-Learning department. Wondershare E-Learning Software is an industry-leading learning and training software application provider. You could get PowerPoint to Flash converter and other eLearning tool for your teaching and training.
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