This is the name of the animation file, which you have chosen and the next step is to find it in the alumatter depository among other .swf files Going through the code inside of the source you will find the name of the file (Shockwave® file) with .swf extension
How to Download
Please, note that aluMatterLibrary.zip will be added to your basket automatically, and it has to be placed in the same folder as the .swf file. The archive contains library components and text file with phrases, which are mandatory for the original .swf to be functioning properly. When unpacked the archive will create a folder structure, which is essential to preserve:
How to Use
How to utilize the resource you found Microsoft Office PowerPoint Write a phrase and right click on the text field, choose Hyperlink property. In the Insert Hyperlink window navigate to the file you downloaded (stap-bridge2.swf in this instance), or type the absolute path in. When in Slide Show Mode, the animation will pop-up in the new window on clicking on the hyperlinked text
AutoShapes have Action Buttons (Custom) , which can be hyperlinked (through Action Settings menu) to the file downloaded (stap-bridge2.swf). Right click, Action Settings / Mouse Click. You can type any text on the button.
Likewise the normal hyperlink in Slide Show Mode, the animation will pop-up in the new window on clicking on the button.
Button–like hyperlink Click to play
Embedding Flash Movies into MS Office Documents
Standalone Flash movies can be imported into Office documents using the Control Toolbox, however some technical issues presented themselves, primarily arising when the set parameters could not be preserved after the file is saved.
Please, follow the guidance on official Microsoft sites:
Embedding Flash Movies into html files It is important to use base property in order to accommodate for the possibility to use relative path to the original .swf file. So .swf files don’t have to be in the same directory as the files that call them.
So then you open now the .htm file (flashAluMatter.htm in this instance) created in the browser, you will see the animation playing.