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SWF to Gif or Google Sites Header

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I need a converter to either convert flash files to 'animated' gif files -OR- I need to figure out a way to use the original swf flash file in the Google Sites header.  Assistance is greatly appreciated.
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Do you have Flash (the software itself)? You could convert to animated gif
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I didn't know it would.  That's good news and I will try that.

I wonder if anyone has actually figured out how to get google sites to accept a flash header?
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