How to Convert Word to SWF Flip Magazine

Already have Word document files, and want to convert them to standalone SWF flip ebook / e-report, or flip magazine that keep original layout, text, images?
Well, XFlip flip page software can solve your problem. This tutorial will show you how to convert Word to SWF flipping magazine step by step with Xflip software.

Step 1: Download XFlip and install it. If you are a personal user, we recommend download XFlip Pro; and If you want to use software with other colleagues at the same time in your company, we suggest you download XFlip enterprise, it allows 5 Installations/Users.
Step 2: Open XFlip, then import your Word document file, the system will start to process your file, please wait.
Step 3: Design file, after file import successfully, you can design the pages. If you want to do internal links inside the document such as create a tablet of content, you can click the Design tab on the top menu of the interface, and then click the "Add Hotspot" button , start to create links to other pages of the current project. You can also add other elements such as videos, sound, etc. to the pages.
Step 4: Settings. You can also do setting such as add LOGO image, Company information to the output file by click the Setting tab on the top.
Step 5: Publish Word to SWF. Just click Publish button, the publish window will pop-up, choose publish as Standalone SWF, then click Publish button to start converting.
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After publishing, a file folder window will appear, you can see a SWF file under the folder, you can open the SWF file if your already installed flash player on your computer.

XFlip flip page software is also good flip magazine software, it not only can help you to convert word documents to flip ebook, e-report, e magazine, it can also help you to publish PDF, Excel, PPT files to flip magazines and other digital publications at different formats for your need.

Tips: If the word document imported fail because of "print error occurred", you can delete "XFlip Printer" under "Start -> Printers and Faxes", and then reimport the document again.


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