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Extracting Flash Games from Excel

Posted on 2008-10-29
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HI Pleaswe Help

I have many flash games embedded in excel I would like to remove them
and play them as an application of flach

So my question is how do I extract them from excel

Thanks for any help
Bang-Bang-2.xls
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check out this link and you will find detailed information on how to do this:
http://www.walkernews.net/2008/03/22/how-to-extract-swf-flash-from-excel-or-word/

Good luck
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Here is the extracted swf for you.  I used Psychotec's link.
Bang-Bang-2.zip
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