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From: "Mister Mxyzptlk!" <Mister on 16 Nov 2005 14:43
I want attach a song to the Presentation so that it will play concurrently
with the movements of the slides.
From: Michael Koerner on 16 Nov 2005 15:11
This is possible. Check here to see how it is done.
Play sounds across multiple slides (A WAV runs through it)
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"Mister Mxyzptlk!" <Mister Mxyzptlkemail@example.com> wrote in
|I want attach a song to the Presentation so that it will play concurrently
| with the movements of the slides.
From: tohlz on 16 Nov 2005 15:59
You can insert music by clicking Insert > Movies and Sounds > Sound from
file. You will be prompted whether to play automatically during slideshow, or
to play only when you click on the sound icon.
If you are using wav, you can insert the sound under slide transition(Slide
Show > Slide Transition). Wav can be also embedded into the presentation to
eliminate the risk of link breaking. It is also possible to convert music
into wav format by using sound editor like audacity
For information regarding embedding the sound, check this out:
"Sounds/Movies don't play, images disappear or links break when I move or
email a presentation"
"Play sounds across multiple slides (A WAV runs through it)"
Do note the results may varies due to different computers specs. If you
intend to synchronize the sound together with the presentation(if it is
essential for your presentation), you might want to take a look at this
Site Updated: October 30, 2005
PowerPoint Heaven - The Power to Animate
Contains tutorials on creating amazing animations for your PowerPoint
"Mister Mxyzptlk!" wrote:
> I want attach a song to the Presentation so that it will play concurrently
> with the movements of the slides.