I make a tool called SWF Studio
, but there are a number of swf2exe tools that will do the job.
Depending on how you are loading your SWF files you *might* have to make some adjustments. Most tools require you to supply a fully qualified path to each file you want to load. SWF Studio has a way around that though...
1. Specify your main SWF on the Movie Tab
2. Set the Default Base Path
on the Movie Tab from the default setting (shown in the link above) to "use the auto-extract folder" so Flash knows where they are when your EXE starts.
3. Drag and drop all your extra SWF files on the Files Tab
to make them part of the final EXE.
4. Build your EXE and you're done.