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MS PowerPoint is a legendary presentation software with amazing features but it also has one shortcoming: huge file size.
It is not uncommon to end up with PPT files with size ranging anywhere from a few to ten or fifteen megabytes in size. Distribution becomes unreliable when emailing files of that size across the Internet or posting them to blogs through built-in web interfaces.
Smaller file size will also trigger fewer firewall alerts and save your work from getting dumped into the Trash or Spam folder.
There is an easy solution to that problem: convert your PPT files into much smaller Flash (SWF) files before shipping, burning (to CD, DVD), or posting them.
There are quite a few “converters” out there that add animations, music, and a lot pizazz to your PPT slide show, and make it “YouTube ready”. Here are some of them: