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How can I stablize the slide transitions in my PPS. I'm syncing slide with music to.07 sec. It works sporactically it will work fine. Then every other time I try it "sets is own pace"! Is there a Free Ware that can capture this timing. ProShow Standard which seems to do the job in the free evaluation download I've tested but I don't have the $29. to purchase it. Sr Clara Marie

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This is because if a music file is larger than a certain size (cannot remember the exact size, but relatively small) the music is not saved in the PP but in the original file. you should send the music file together with the presentation

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HOW DO I LOOP A SOUND FILE TO KEEP PLAYING TO THE END OF THE SLIDES WITHOUT EXTENDING THE TIME OF EACH SLIDE?


1) File > New > Presentation > Create (new presentation with all default settings)
2) Panel at right: Slide Transition > Modify Transition > Sound = "apert" (fourth in the drop down list)
You should hear a short (~2s) sound at this point, as the effect is "previewed". If you don't hear it, try the "Play" button at the bottom of the Slide Transition panel. If that doesn't work, then OOo is not able to play sounds and you have to fix that before proceeding.
3) Slide Transition > Modify Transition > Sound = "Other sound" > (select your long music file).
You may or may not hear the preview for this, it depends on whether your music file has a quiet leader at the beginning. If the audio starts right away, you should hear it. If the audio starts after 1-2s of silence, you won't hear anything.
4) Click "Slide show" (bottom of the Slide Transition panel) or F5.
You should hear the music start. It will continue to play even after you advance to the next slide (which is the black "End of show" screen. Advance again to end the show and the music should stop.

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Time synchronization not working


In thinking about this, we need to first consider what is different about those systems which gain 3 minutes from those which do not. It is obvious to me that since the auto-sync is the problem and the manual sync works, it is not that the system isn't automatically syncing to the right server, but not really syncing at all....so therefore their must be something wrong with the auto-sync.

Given that I would suggest you read http://www.thewindowsclub.com/windows-time-service-not-working-synchronization-fails-error
which, while not specifically addressing your problem gives you several palaces to look and compare the working versus non-working systems.

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Set association to open a PPS slide show from Email


Right click on that pps file:
1. Open withh
2. Chose default program
3. Browse and hose Power Point
4. And check box with (Always use selected program to open this kind of file

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Mp3 music on PPS when emailed does not work.


Yeah, because you linked it and don't have it set to export linked resources. If you ship the MP3 with the ppt and all directories are right, you're golden (or export with linked resources embedded and there you go.)

eMail readers are responsible for how the components are parted out; I can't see why it would stage all the components for playing in a particular way, it's kind of an insecure way to run.

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Save music file .pps Office 2007


Open the file with powepoint 2007. Save the presentation as a webpage. In the web page files folder u can get the music.

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Which is the software that converts presentations into a self running slide show


Hi,

there are many different slide show converters,
One of them with a free 30 day trial can be found here:
http://download.cnet.com/PowerPoint-Slide-Show-Converter/3000-2075_4-10385108.html

You need to have PowerPoint installed on your system when using the converter.

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Sansa e250 dispyaying synchronize to continue music subscription


If your music has DRM it willonly allow you to sync once. they want you to repurchase the music. Try syncing music that is DRM free. If the new file work that is your problem.

http://www.sansaworldmp3.com/
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Hello, i am from sikkim and i want to know or my question is that once i made a powerpoint slide and add a music in my slide as well i save the file in .pps .but what happens is that i send that slide to...


This is because if a music file is larger than a certain size (cannot remember the exact size, but relatively small) the music is not saved in the PP but in the original file. you should send the music file together with the presentation

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Sandisk Sansa e260 gone retarded 4.0GB


Download the Sansa Recovery Tool from the Sansa website.
Format - Erases Everything: Connect your Sansa player to the computer and open Windows Media Player. Click on the Sync tab. Pull down the drop down menu underneath the Sync tab by moving your cursor over the Sync tab and left clicking on the little black arrow underneath the Sync tab. Highlight "Sansa 1GB" (wording may vary slightly), and then select "Format." - this should erase everything.
Firmware Upgrade- Erases Everything: Get the latest firmware upgrade from Sansa - it updates the firmware and erases every song in the player all at once. Note: this method doesn't work if already have the latest firmware. Go to this website and click "Firmware Updater" to find out: http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/DriverDownloads.aspx
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Using powerpoint to add music on slides


i want to edit music on my slides. i want one track/sound to play through all slides

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