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Slides not advancing automatically

All functions are set properly: Slide Transition = Sound entered in .wav file,
advance= checked on automatic after 4 sec.
clicked on "apply" (not apply to all)
Then click "Slide Show" (bottom of window)

Music starts but slides only advance one slide while music plays through.
I have to click each slide. Checking back, slide transition is still sitting on automatic.
Can you help? Thank you
Lou Lubensky

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  • loulubensky Jan 22, 2009

    Previous solution useless.
    I repeat:
    Setting as follows:
    No transition
    Advance automatically after 4 sec
    Sound: .wav file
    Apply: click (not click all)
    Loop until next slide: unchecked
    then clicking slide show (icon bottom left of window)
    Music starts playing - slide advances to next slide and stops - while music plays through - after that I have to click each slide.


  • loulubensky Jan 24, 2009

    Previous solution useless.
    I repeat:
    Setting as follows:
    No transition
    Advance automatically after 4 sec
    Sound: .wav file
    Apply: click (not click all)
    Loop until next slide: unchecked
    then clicking slide show (icon bottom left of window)
    Music starts playing - slide advances to next slide and stops - while music plays through - after that I have to click each slide.

  • loulubensky Jan 24, 2009

    Sorry, you are not reading my notes - this is obviously an automated response. I have stated it to be 4 seconds

  • loulubensky Jan 24, 2009

    Previous solution of Jan 24 useless.
    I repeat:
    Setting as follows:
    No transition
    Advance automatically after 4 sec
    Sound: .wav file
    Apply: click (not click all)
    Loop until next slide: unchecked
    then clicking slide show (icon bottom left of window)
    Music starts playing - slide advances to next slide and stops - while music plays through - after that I have to click each slide.

  • loulubensky Jan 24, 2009

    There is no problem with the timing. To repeat:
    The music plays on but the slides stop advancing after the first slide


  • loulubensky Jan 24, 2009

    you need to reharse timeings. open up the powerpoint
    click on slide show then on reharse timeings, go with the speed you want. and when the slide ends, click yes to the question, and the new timeing will be enabled now view the show again by pressing f5 and it should play on its own.

  • loulubensky Jan 24, 2009

    Previous solutions of Jan 24 useless.
    I performed an uninstallment and I reinstalled Office 2000. Rebooted my computer.
    Reloaded Power Point, performed the same functions as stated above ---- no difference.
    The music plays on while slides stop advancing automatically after 2 second slide.
    I repeat:
    Setting as follows:
    No transition
    Advance automatically after 4 sec
    Sound: .wav file
    Apply: click (not click all)
    Loop until next slide: unchecked
    then clicking slide show (icon bottom left of window)
    Music starts playing - slide advances to next slide and stops - while music plays through - after that I have to click each slide.

  • loulubensky Jan 26, 2009

    I dont know where these answers come from. It seems that all solutions are automatic responses and do not address my problem

  • loulubensky Jan 26, 2009

    Hi Wiz,
    I have done all these exercises previously without results trying it out on different .ppt slides, saving it in .pps format but the slide just goes to the second slide and no further. Beyond that I have to click.
    I am afraid I have a malfunction in my 2000 Power Point. It worked once or twice before but no longer.
    Unless you can think of another solution I will have to live with.
    Incidentally, I also have OpenOffice.org Impress installed on my computer. It works just fine there. Slides advance automatically with the music playing trough. Unfortunately though, you can't email it out, the sound is not imbedded and won't transfer.
    Thanks for your help but it did not solve the problem.
    Lou


  • loulubensky Jan 27, 2009

    Hi Wiz,
    I have done all these exercises previously without results
    trying it out on different .ppt slides, saving it in .pps format but
    the slide just goes to the second slide and no further. Beyond that I
    have to click.
    I am afraid I have a malfunction in my 2000 Power Point. It worked once or twice before but no longer.
    Unless you can think of another solution I will have to live with.
    Incidentally,
    I also have OpenOffice.org Impress installed on my computer. It works
    just fine there. Slides advance automatically with the music playing
    trough. Unfortunately though, you can't email it out, the sound is not
    imbedded and won't transfer.
    Thanks for your help but it did not solve the problem.
    Lou

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Have you tried activating transitions?
This way the sound will be playing while transitions occur, and not wait till the end of music to advance.
Also the way you insert you wav file is important, as the sound may be refering to a single slide or to the full presentation (all slides). And the latter is what you want so i suggest you check this setting.

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I just set up a small power point presentation. It would seem to me that you need to apply your changes to all slides, if you want automation from slide to slide. I also had to remove the check from "use mouse click" after doing these 2 things and applying the changes to all the slides you want transitioning. That should fix the problem your having with transition and having to use the mouse.

I hope this helps, and thanks for using FixYa,

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Hey lou,

have you tried saving your presentation first?

Set up a presentation to start automatically

  1. On the File menu, click Save As.
  2. In the Save as type box, select PowerPoint show (.pps).
  3. In the File name box, enter a file name, and then click Save.
Notes
  • To start the presentation, double-click the file name in Windows Explorer.
  • To advance through the presentation, click anywhere on the screen.
  • To exit the presentation before it is finished, press ESC.

well, im not sure if this is what your looking for, but i think if you just want the slides to move automatically, you should get use of the timings...

  1. On the Slide Show menu, click Set Up Show.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • To turn timings on, under Advance slides, click Using timings, if present.
    • To turn timings off, under Advance slides, click Manually.

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Check the animation times,
as you've included a wav or movie file into your slideshow, the slides will wait for the song to complete before advancing, unless you set the animation timing properly..

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YOU NEED TO A;;OY TO ALL On automatic after 4 seconds

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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    YOU NEED TO APPLY TO ALL

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    Nate Stansfield Jan 24, 2009

    Click Slide Show > Set Up Show.
    Under Show options, select Loop continuously until 'Esc'.
    Click Ok.

    Now, to have all slides advance automatically, click Slide Show > Slide
    Transition.
    Put a checkmark on automatically after. Click Apply to all slides.





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    Nate Stansfield Jan 24, 2009

    Do it this way:

    1. View all slides (Slide Sorter View)

    2. Right click first slide.

    3. Click 'Slide Transition...'

    4. Check box 'Automatically After', unclick 'On mouse click'.

    5. Give the duration to it in seconds.

    6. Apply this to all or repeat 1-5 for each slide.

    7. Save it.

    8. Press F5

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Jan 24, 2009

    If you also want it to advance automatically
    without hitting "space" you need to go to the Slide Show menu... choose
    Set Up Show, then click on the checkbox called Loop continuously until
    Esc. Then when you hit
    F5, it will advance automatically unless you uncheck that box again.

    Do it this way:

    1. View all slides (Slide Sorter View)

    2. Right click first slide.

    3. Click 'Slide Transition...'

    4. Check box 'Automatically After', unclick 'On mouse click'.

    5. Give the duration to it in seconds.

    6. Apply this to all or repeat 1-5 for each slide.

    7. Save it.

    8. Press F5

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Jan 24, 2009

    If you also want it to advance automatically
    without hitting "space" you need to go to the Slide Show menu... choose
    Set Up Show, then click on the checkbox called Loop continuously until
    Esc. Then when you hit
    F5, it will advance automatically unless you uncheck that box again.

    Do it this way:

    1. View all slides (Slide Sorter View)

    2. Right click first slide.

    3. Click 'Slide Transition...'

    4. Check box 'Automatically After', unclick 'On mouse click'.

    5. Give the duration to it in seconds.

    6. Apply this to all or repeat 1-5 for each slide.

    7. Save it.

    8. Press F5

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Jan 26, 2009

    Apply: click (not click all) YES
    Loop until next slide: unchecked CHECK

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Jan 27, 2009

    The only other thing you could do would to be uninstall then reinstall and also make sure it is all updated

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Perform an office reinstall on your system

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Hi

you need to reharse timeings. open up the powerpoint
click on slide show then on reharse timeings, go with the speed you want. and when the slide ends, click yes to the question, and the new timeing will be enabled now view the show again by pressing f5 and it should play on its own.

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Perhaps a memory issue... how much memory do you have in that computer ?

Robert

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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Try Slide Show|Slide Transition| and transition to change slides automatically after x seconds. You need to tell it how many seconds.

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Check to make sure that the click for slide transition is not checked and that it is set correctly for 4 seconds type .04 sometimes power point read just the number 4 as minutes.

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  • machadojr_fe Jan 26, 2009

    please make the time a little longer and let me know if it automatically transitions or not.

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