A way to turn docx to flash

Flash was originally developed by Macromedia, which merged with Adobe in 2005. Flash is a format of an animation created with Adobe Flash, whose files are often saved as .SWF files for use on the Web. The SWF (or "swiff") file is a compressed format that is viewable in most Web browsers with the Flash plugin. Flash files are very interesting and popular among the users, which are usually generated from the professional softwares, such as Adobe Flash Cs series. Thus, you may ask what if we do not use that kind of software frequently? Is there a method to turn docx to flash very easily? Yes. Once you own some office documents such as word, excel, PowerPoint etc, you still could get flash files from them. How? It will be very easy if you own DOC to Any Converter Command Line. DOC to Any Converter Command Line is an amazing converting tool, which could help users deal with such kind of problems with super speed and flawless quality. If you are interested in this powerful tool, please allow me to illustrate how to turn docx file to flash file with DOC to Any Converter Command Line in the following paragraphs.

1. Start the command prompt dialog box in your computer, there are 2 ways:

  • click “start” button>select “Run”>a dialog box is popup>input “cmd.exe”>click “ok” button;
  • click “Windows+R” hotkey>input “cmd”>click “ok” button.

below is the current directory in the command prompt dialog box:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>

2. Use DOC to Any Converter Command Line, there are still 2 ways:

  • input the path of doc2any.exe;
  • just drag doc2any.exe into the dialog box.

more details, please refer to the example below:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>F:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space>

3. Add the source file and choose a location for the targeting file, then click “enter” button to process the conversion with DOC to Any Converter Command Line:


The command lines above could help you get a multiple pages swf file. And the following example could help you convert each page of docx to single page swf files easily. All you need to change is to add “%” behind the swf file name, here is the example:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>F:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space>


Also DOC to Any Converter Command Line could still help users process the task in batches within one conversion. More info, please see the following examples:

1).C:\Documents and Settings\admin>F:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space>

D:\tt\*.docx<space>E:\yy\*.swf<enter>   (get multiple pages swf files one time)

***                                                               ***                                           

2).C:\Documents and Settings\admin>F:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space>

D:\tt\*.docx<space>E:\yy\*%.swf<enter> (get single page swf files one time)

The key point to get flash files from a folder is to change real file names to ‘*’.


DOC to Any Converter Command Line could not only process the task like the above, but also could generate the targeting file with another simple method, more info, please see the examples below:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:<enter>  (generate single multiple pages swf file)



***                                                                                  ***

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:<enter>  (generate single page swf file)



There are some tips I need to mention:

  • example 1 is to get multiple pages swf file;
  • example 2 is to get the single page swf files from each page of docx.

the examples above are the conversion of txt to one file swf and each page of txt to each swf files. The keys to convert txt to swf with method 2 are as below:

  • make sure firstly entering into the directory of disk containing ‘doc2any.exe’;
  • make sure the source file could be in the folder of “doc2any_cmd”;

By now, it is finished to convert docx to flash with DOC to Any Converter Command Line. If you are interested in DOC to Any Converter Command Line, please click this link to know more: https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html . You could click this link to get a free trial version of DOC to Any Converter Command Line: https://www.verydoc.com/doc2any_cmd.zip.

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