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Make a List in Word into a video

Make a List in Word into a video

Make a List in Word into a video

Hello all,

I have a list of 90 items in word that I would like to make into a video, anyone know how I can do this quickly and easily.  E.g. like a slide show with each page is each item or a like a scrolling credit list. I can do this manually by copy and paste, but there must be a better way.



RE: Make a List in Word into a video

Move the desired material from MS Word to MS PowerPoint.

Create GIF and/or JPG files out of your MS PowerPoint file and then use a video software package -- for example, Photo Slide Show -- to create an AVI file ...

There are many ways how one can create a video file out of image files ...




RE: Make a List in Word into a video

Hm, I don't know, I would chose the old fashioned way of copy and paste in order to produce a slide show. There must be a was to do it faster I guess, but I wouldn't know how to do it.  

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