Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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3.6 Insert and format media
The available online sources include only those that require corporate credentials or a
Microsoft account, to ensure that private videos aren’t used without permission.
Tip If you want to link to a video stored on YouTube or a similar online service, you can
generate links from within that service to include on slides.
To insert a local audio clip
1. On the Insert tab, in the Media group, click the Audio button, and then click Audio
on My PC .
2. In the Insert Audio window, browse to the audio file location, click the audio file or
thumbnail, and then click Insert .
To insert an online audio clip
1. On the Insert tab, in the Media group, click the Audio button, and then click
Online Audio .
2. In the Insert Audio window, click the audio source, browse to the audio file location,
click the audio file or thumbnail, and then click Insert .
Or
In the Insert Audio window, click Office.com Clip Art , enter a search term in the
search box, and then press Enter . In the search results, click the sound icon for the
audio clip you want to use, and then click Insert .
Tip When you point to or click an audio clip icon, the name and length of the audio
clip appear in the lower-left corner of the window, and the audio clip plays.
Torecordandembedanaudioclip
1. On the Insert tab, in the Media group, click the Audio button, and then click
Record Audio .
2. In the Record Sound window, enter a name for the audio clip, and then click the
Record button (the red dot).
3. Deliver the audio content that you want to record, and when you finish, click the
Stop button (the blue square). Then click OK to embed the recorded audio on
the slide.
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