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Make an .exe file from a .gif animation

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How do I make an .exe file from a .gif animation?
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pjmaze earned 10 total points
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hi,

for so many point the best i can give you is this URL:

http://tucows.eunet.fi/imgani95.html

i suggest Ulead Gif animator ..

see ya
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there is a program called GWS "graphics work shop" i don't know if there is a sharware version of it or not , it is what you want.

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