How to Embed ChartsBin chart into a Powerpoint presentation - in Windows

Download above Interactive map as Flash (swf) file

(right-click -> Save Link as.. Shockwave Flash Object)

Embedding flash inside a Powerpoint slide

You can play interactive chart (.swf file extension) in a PowerPoint presentation using a specific ActiveX control and the Macromedia Flash Player. To run the Flash file, you add an ActiveX control to the PowerPoint slide and create a link from it to the Flash file. You also have the option of embedding the file in the presentation.

To play a Flash file in your presentation, follow these steps:

  1. Install the Macromedia Flash Player on your computer. If you can see above interactive map, you will most likely already have the Flash player installed.
  2. In normal view in PowerPoint, display the slide on which you want to play the animation.
  3. On the View menu, point to Toolbars, and then click Control Toolbox.
  4. In the Control Toolbox, click More Controls (the button with the hammer and wrench icon).
  5. In the list, scroll down and click Shockwave Flash Object, then drag on the slide to draw the control. You can resize the control at any point by dragging the sizing handles if you need to adjust it to the size of the animation.
  6. Right-click the Shockwave Flash Object, and then click Properties.
  7. On the Alphabetic tab, click the Movie property.
  8. In the value column (the blank cell next to Movie), type the full drive path including the file name (for example, C\:My Documents\MyFile.swf) to the Flash file that you want to play.
  9. To set specific options for how the animation plays, do the following, and when you're done, close the Properties dialog box:
  10. To run the animation: With the slide displayed in normal view, click the Slide Show button in the lower left of the PowerPoint window (or press F5, or, on the Slide Show menu, click View Show).
  11. To exit the slide show and return to normal view, press ESC.

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