Sound & Video in PowerPoint 2007

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How to Play Sounds with Animations in PowerPoint 2007 Presentations

To tickle your audience’s ears as well as its eyes, you can make sound accompany an animation in your PowerPoint presentation. PowerPoint offers applause, the [more…]

How to Play a Sound Over Several PowerPoint 2007 Slides

Sometimes, you want a PowerPoint sound file to play while you display several slides in your PowerPoint presentation. PowerPoint stops a sound when you move to the next slide. You can alter this behavior [more…]

How to Record a Narration in PowerPoint 2007

PowerPoint lets you record a narration for your PowerPoint slide show. As you record your narration, PowerPoint stores slide files separately so the slides are synchronized with the narrations you recorded [more…]

Start and Pause a Video during a PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

You might want to control when your PowerPoint presentation starts and then pauses. Imagine: Your PowerPoint slide with the video arrives on-screen. Only the sounds of people munching popcorn and scraping [more…]

How to Create a Sound File Playlist for Your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

Playlists were designed so that users of Windows Media Player can play songs or videos stored on their computers. PowerPoint also lets you set up playlists to go along with your presentation. Copy the [more…]

Start, Pause, and Resume a Sound File in a PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

While a sound file is playing during a PowerPoint presentation, you can pause and resume playing it as long as [more…]

How to Insert a Sound Object in Your PowerPoint 2007 Slides

PowerPoint lets you play a sound whenever you display a specific PowerPoint slide, or only when you click the sound icon on the PowerPoint slide. If you want the sound to play automatically and the sound [more…]

How to Insert Your Sound Playlist on Your PowerPoint 2007 Slide

After you create a playlist to accompany a PowerPoint slide, follow these steps to insert the playlist on your PowerPoint slide so that the sound files on the playlist are played one after the other: [more…]

How to Insert a Movie from the Clip Organizer into a PowerPoint 2007 Slide

If you have movie clips stored on your computer, PowerPoint lets you insert the movie from the Clip Organizer into a PowerPoint slide. To add a movie from the Clip Organizer into your PowerPoint presentation [more…]

How to Play a Track from a CD During Your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

You aren’t limited to single sounds in your PowerPoint presentations. PowerPoint can also tell your CD player to play tracks. To access a CD in your PowerPoint presentation, pop it into your computer’s [more…]

What Kind of Sound Files Can I Use in My PowerPoint 2007 Slides?

PowerPoint comes with sound files you can insert into your PowerPoint slides. Windows comes with some useful sounds, too. If you have access to the Web, you have access to an unlimited supply of sounds [more…]

How to Play Sound after a Few Seconds Have Elapsed in PowerPoint 2007

Besides playing sound automatically as a PowerPoint slide comes on-screen or when you click the Sound icon, you can play a sound after a moment or two have elapsed. In other words, you can make the sound [more…]

How to Add Video to a PowerPoint Presentation

Inserting digital video clips and animated GIFs into PowerPoint presentations is a breeze when you know how. This PowerPoint video shows you all you need to know to add video and animation to your PowerPoint [more…]

How to Insert a Sound into a PowerPoint Presentation

You can embed a sound file into your PowerPoint presentation, to play when your presentation starts or upon each mouse click. You can download sound clips or save your own sounds off of a CD. This video [more…]

How to Record Narration for a PowerPoint Presentation

Adding narration to PowerPoint presentations is easier than it sounds. You can record your voice to narrate your slide show and then link to or embed the sound file to your presentation. This video shows [more…]
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