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Recording Your Own Sounds
typical line art that most people think of as clip art. It also contains photos, audio clips,
and even some video clips.
The process for inserting online audio clips is very similar to that for inserting clip art,
covered in Chapter 11, “Working With Clip Art and Photos.” The main difference is the type
of results that appear in the search (sounds rather than images).
Follow these steps to fi nd and insert an audio clip from Offi
1. Click Insert
Online Audio. The Insert Audio dialog box opens. Notice
that there is only one source available here, whereas in the Insert Pictures dialog
box (shown in Figure 11.2 in Chapter 11), there were several sources.
2. Type a keyword in the Clip Art text box and press Enter. Figure 14.3
shows some example results.
Results from an Ofi search for online audio.
3. Click a clip to hear it. (Make sure the sound in Windows is not muted.)
4. Click the desired clip to insert and click the Insert button. The sound’s icon
appears on the slide, the same as in Figure 14.2.
Recording Your Own Sounds
Most PCs have a microphone jack on the sound card where you can plug in a small micro-
phone. You can then record your own sounds to include in the presentation. In this case,
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