Flip PowerPoint

Flip PowerPoint 3.8

It allows you to convert PowerPoint presentations to Flash, EXE, HTML files

As we all know, PowerPoint is a great tool to create presentations. Unfortunately, when it comes to sharing these presentations online, things aren’t so great and convenient. Better methods are available, and one of these methods is converting PowerPoint presentations to Flash files which are much easier to distribute on online environments.

Flip PowerPoint is a powerful tool that allows you to convert PowerPoint presentations (both PPT and PPTX formats are supported) to Flash booklets and animations that can include appealing page-flipping effects and interesting background sounds.

One of the best things about Flip PowerPoint is the fact that it’s very easy-to-use. It makes converting presentations a simple job that anyone can perform. Furthermore, setting the conversions will take little time as it enables you to use nice-looking templates. Anyway, this doesn’t mean the program lacks a comprehensive set of features, tools and options. On the contrary, it’s a complex and powerful utility that lets you configure parameters such as the size, colors, background, and many other elements of the output presentations.

Flip PowerPoint also includes a handy batch converter that lets you convert multiple presentations at once. It also lets you output PowerPoint files to self-executable EXE files, to ready-to-publish HTML page flipping books, or even burn them to CDs or DVDs.

To sum it all up, though Flip PowerPoint is actually the light version of the more powerful Flip PowerPoint Professional product, it’s still a great utility that represents a reliable solution for whenever you need to convert PowerPoint presentations to formats that are easier to share.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary


  • Easy-to-use
  • Can also convert to self-executable EXE Flash animations
  • Supports converting both PPT and PPTX files
  • Can burn presentations to CDs and DVDs


  • A bit pricey
  • The importing process can take a while
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