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I have a lot of slides in my PowerPoint application and they all are just like film frames of one motion film, so I want to play back them all very quickly - is it possible in Power Point?

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Maybe you could make a slide show with a small timer. But i doubt it will run as smooth as a 'real' movie. Power Point is simply not designed for this. And i doubt, that you can set a timer smaller than one second. Maybe try this link: I don't know that page. I've just googled it. – Darokthar Feb 18 '11 at 12:08
I see. Thank you. WOW!!! The link you gave me solved another problem that I had - didn't know how to quickly make a gif animation file! Thank you!!! – brilliant Feb 18 '11 at 12:35
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Maybe you find better results with MS Windows Movie Maker. See this.

You will be able to set the frames time.

The smaller "automatically advance slide" timer is 1 second on PowerPoint-2007. I don't know if there are smaller timer on PowerPoint-2003.

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