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Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 5:47 pm   Post subject: Tables in PPT2007 not reproduced in Flash

I have a problem with the Flash output when there are tables in a slide. The text from the entire table appears in the top left table cell jumbled and ontop of itself and the rest of the table is blank. The table is a normal PPT table, nothing fancy. The problem occurs in PPT 2000 and PPT 2007 when converting to flash. Please help. Tables are important!

Aaron G.


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Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 8:37 am   Post subject:

Dear Aaron,

Your problem is solved in latest version of FlashSpring Pro that you can always download from our web site or just by clicking on the link below:

http://www.flashspring.com/downloads/flashspring_pro_3_0.exe

Thanks for the question!


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Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 10:46 am   Post subject:

Yulia wrote:
Dear Aaron,

Your problem is solved in latest version of FlashSpring Pro that you can always download from our web site or just by clicking on the link below:

http://www.flashspring.com/downloads/flashspring_pro_3_0.exe

Thanks for the question!
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Great. Thanks! I would reccomend keeping a revision history somewhere so each time I see an upgrade come down the line, I know what it fixes! Is this history available somewhere? This history also shows us all the improvemets you are making to the software. Is the pre-loader available yet? Thanks.

Aaron G.


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Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 12:34 am   Post subject:

Yulia wrote:
Dear Aaron,

Your problem is solved in latest version of FlashSpring Pro that you can always download from our web site or just by clicking on the link below:

http://www.flashspring.com/downloads/flashspring_pro_3_0.exe

Thanks for the question!


It appears that it has not been solved. I am using FlashSpring Pro version build 1962 and the problem still exists. Oddly enough, when viewing the thumbnail strip in the classic or lite versions, the tables look correct. When viewing the actual slide, the chart data is jumbled up in the first cell and the remainder of the cells are empty! Please help, this severely impairs funcionality since many presentations contain tables.


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Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 11:03 am   Post subject:

Dear Aaron,

In your case we need to test the presentation in order to figure out what the problem is. Will you, please, write Support team here: support@flashspring.com and send us your original .PPT presentation or just the slides demonstrating the problem? We guarantee you 100% confidentiality of all the files we receive.

Thank you in advance!


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