Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Inserting an Online Audio Clip
FIGURE 14.1
Choose a i le from your hard disk or other location (such as your company’s network).
FIGURE 14.2
The audio clip’s icon appears on the slide.
Forward
0.25 seconds
Playback timeline
Volume
Play
Back
0.25 seconds
Current
playback position
Notice the arrow next to the Insert button in the Insert Audio dialog box (Figure 14.1). It
opens a menu from which you can choose to link the fi le instead of embedding it. Normally
PowerPoint embeds almost all content, but linking may be appropriate in special situations,
such as when large audio or video fi les are available on your network and you don’t want to
duplicate them in your PowerPoint fi le in every presentation in which you reference them.
Inserting an Online Audio Clip
You can insert audio clips from the Offi ce.com clip art collection directly from within
PowerPoint. Even though the collection is called “clip art,” it contains more than just the
 
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