-- Tips to resume PowerPoint presentation from where it left off
Have you ever bookmarked the last viewed page in a book to resume the reading effortlessly next time? I guess most people usually do that. Likewise, you may want to do the same thing when viewing a PowerPoint presentation, especially the one with numerous slides. Certainly, it's better if the presentation will memorize that by itself.
Without question, such "memory" will do a great help for PowerPoint users. Especially to those who should present numerous slides to others. If the presenting is interrupted for some failure, you should resume from the last presented slide, but spending time finding the right slide will bring negative effect to your viewer. Also, such "memory" would be a good assistance for teachers in class. Then, how to let PowerPoint "memorize" the last viewed slide?
Please do the following steps:
Download and install PPT2Flash on your computer.
Click PPT2Flash Professional ->Setting.
In the Setting dialog window, please click Playback and then tick Start from the place where I left off last time.
Click Publish. This will transfer your PowerPoint to Flash movie which possess Memory function.
To my part, PPT2Flash is a good Flash authoring tool for educators, businessman, and trainers. If you only want to convert your PowerPoint to Flash other than some other advanced functions (such as memorize, orientation, synchronize video and presentation, slide branching, comply with SCORM and so on), I suggest you choose PPT to Flash Converter, PowerFlashPoint, FlashPoint, Pointcast and other tools.
Really hope this tip can help the one really need.
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