Print2Flash 3.1 (x86/x64)

Software, Multi-Media. November 21, 2010 by Dizel.

Print2Flash 3.1 (x86/x64) | 12.48 MB

Print2Flash lets you easily convert any printable document (e.g. Microsoft Word, or Excel, or PowerPoint document) to a Macromedia reg; Flash reg; file (file with SWF extension). This file can be shared with users who don??t have the software that created the original document (for example, Microsoft Word). You can view such files with Macromedia reg; Flash reg; Player that is available across a number of operating systems. And these files can be easily published on the Web as well for fast and easy access to them from anywhere across the globe.

What are the benefits?
There is a number of benefits in publishing documents as Print2Flash documents. Here are just a few of them:

• Greater Accessibility
Once converted to Flash, a document can be easily viewed in any web browser;
• Compatibility
There's virtually no limit in terms of devices or computer operating systems;
• Internet Distribution
Distributing your documents on the Internet for other people to see is easier said than done;
• Web Page Embeddable
Print2Flash documents can be shown on the Web not only as a standalone document in a separate window but also can be embedded in a web page and shown inside it altogether with other web page content;
• Flash and Flex Application Embeddable
Print2Flash documents can be embedded into other Flash movies or Flex applications which allows their integration with your applications;
• E-mail-Ready
Even if you want to send a document to someone by e-mail, converting it to Flash may be a better option;
• Secure
Others cannot edit your documents if you converted them with Print2Flash. You may optionally prevent your document viewers from copying the document text or from printing the document.

Home Page - http://www.print2flash.com/

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