Step 1: Create a simulation using Adobe Captivate and publish it as a SWF file.
Step 2: Open the PowerPoint presentation and insert a blank slide for adding simulation.
Step 3: We need to work with the Developer tab now. If you can’t see it in the Ribbon, follow these steps to make it visible.
- Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click PowerPoint Options.
- Click Popular and select Show Developer tab in the Ribbon.
- Click OK.
Step 4: On the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click More Controls.
Step 5: In the list of controls, click Shockwave Flash Object and click OK.
Step 6: Drag diagonally to create a box in which the simulation would appear. Don’t worry about sizing it accurately; you can adjust it later as well.
Step 7: Right-click the Shockwave Flash Object, and then click Properties.
Step 8: On the Alphabetic tab, click the Movie property. In the value column (the blank cell next to Movie), type the full drive path, including the file name.
Step 9: Set the Playing property to true, Loop to false and Embed Movie to true.
Step 10: Close the Properties dialog and test the movie.
The simulation will now play in your PowerPoint presentation!
Note: If during the slideshow, the simulation does not play automatically, right-click and select Play.
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