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Word 2007 Tutorial 23 - Inserting Movie Files (Avi, Mov, MPEG, Flash SWF)

As the idea of the digital document progresses movie files becomes more important. Word has features and settings that allow video (movie) files to be embedded into Word documents. The AVI file format works the best with Word. Other file formats can be used. QuickTime, MPEG-4, and Flash SWF are some formats that can be used. These formats are difficult to work with. They require the use of the developer tab, design mode, and Active X controls with the correct properties settings. In many cases, Word will require that the document be saved as a Macro Enabled Document. Once saved, Word's Trust Center setting may have to be changed to allow the macro document to be modified. If you wish to use a large number of videos that are not AVI, then getting a video converter would be a good idea.
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