Microsoft PowerPoint is the most commonly used presentation software. You can use it to make slides for on-screen projection, printing, and web-based display. It is a tool which offers ample scope for innovation while creating slides. One of the most useful features of PowerPoint 2007 is its step-by-step instructions on how to perform all popular functions, including the addition of audio elements in PowerPoint 2007.When it comes to creating effective and simply comprehensible presentations, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 is always the first and best choice of a user. Interestingly, you can add sounds to your PowerPoint presentation as well.
Here is how to add audio in PowerPoint 2007:
• Go to the “Start” menu.
• Type “Microsoft PowerPoint” and double click on the option.
• Go to the “Insert” option. Now, click on the “Sound” button to add audio to your presentation.
• You can pick the sound from any file of your choice by clicking on the “Sound from File” option.
• Choose your sound file and set it in your presentation as required.
• As you can see in the screenshot below, the user can also open the sound when needed.
• Audio Interchange File (.aiff) should be the format
• (.mid and .midi)
• You can also choose audio from clip organizer and use it.
• If there is no customized list, you can choose the second option from the sound, as well as set the clip as needed.
• As shown in the picture below, user can set this clip automatically too
• If you want to make a photo album, simply select the “Sound” option and click on the “Play CD Auto Track” option.
• If a track is needed in the back ground, click on the “Play CD Audio Track”option. Here, a dialogue box will pop up. (Check the screenshot)
• Add CD in the disk drive and set each option as per your requirements.
• You can also add sounds composed by you to the slides.
• As shown in the image below, you can record whatever you want after the dialogue box has appeared.
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