Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding Sound to a Slide
Figure 12-14:
The Video
Effects icon
menu lets
you choose
unique
appearances.
Adding Sound to a Slide
Sound can be as simple as a sound effect (like a gun firing to wake up people
in the middle of your presentation) or a recorded speech from the CEO,
explaining why everyone’s going to be forced to take a 25 percent pay cut
while the CEO gets a golden parachute of $500,000 a year for the rest of his
life.
PowerPoint can use audio files stored in common formats such as AIFF, MIDI,
MP3, and WAV files. If your audio file is stored in a different file format, such
as Real Audio, you have to convert the file before you add it to a PowerPoint
presentation.
Adding an audio file to a presentation
If you already have music, sound effects, or a speech stored as a file, such
as an MP3 file, you can add it to your presentation. To add an audio file to a
slide, follow these steps:
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