Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Adding Clip Art Audio
Putting Media Clips
in a Presentation
1. SelectInsert Audio(Alt,N,O,F).
The Insert Audio dialog box opens, ready to find a variety of audio files,
including MP3s, MP4s, Windows Audio Files (.wav), and Window Media Audio files
(.wma and .wax), among others.
2. Findandselecttheaudiofileyouwant,andthenclickInsert.
PowerPoint inserts the audio clip on your slide, displaying an audio icon and
controls, as shown in Figure 23-3.
3. ClickPlaytoheartheaudioclip.
You can also play an audio clip by selecting Audio Tools | Playback Play
(Alt, JH, P).
Figure 23-3:
The audio icon
indicates that there’s
an audio clip on the
slide. When you select
the icon, the audio
playback controls
appear.
Audio icon
Playback controls
Tip: The audio icon is a well-known symbol that indicates to viewers that there’s an audio clip to play. But
you’re not limited to this icon for your audio clip. If you’d prefer a different picture, then click the audio
icon and go to the Audio Tools | Format tab. In the Adjust section, click the Change Picture button (Alt, JN,
G). This opens a dialog box where you can find and select any picture you want to replace the audio icon.
Adding Clip Art Audio
Office also has a rich collection of sound clips, both built in and available on Office.
com, to add sound effects to your slides. If you want to add a little mood music or
play applause, chirping birds, sirens—just about any sound you can think of—you’ll
probably find what you’re looking for in Office’s audio clip art library.
 
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