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I can add the music files to the slides, but they won't play.
Hi, which version of PowerPoint do you use? Take PowerPoint 2003 for example. PowerPoint 2007 is similar with it. Here are the steps:
1. Open PowerPoint and display the slide where you want the music to begin. On the Insert menu, point to Movies and Sounds, and then click Sound from File. Locate the folder that contains the sound file and then double-click the file you want.
2. When a message is displayed, click to play the music or sound automatically.
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Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Does the music file play when you click on it? (Drag the sound icon someplace visible on your slide and preview it.)
If it does play when you click on it, you just need to animate the music. The sound file has to be a part of your slide animation--that's what tells it when to start/stop playing. When you insert a sound file, PPT may ask you whether you want it to start automatically or wait to be clicked.
Or, you can right-click an existing sound file and go CUSTOM ANIMATION. Depending on your version of PPT, what happens next will be different. But you should be able to set the sound file to play when the slide displays without being clicked.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
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Do the same thing in the subtitle box.
Create another slide by clicking the "New Slide" button on the Common Tasks toolbar.
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A dialog box will appear, and you'll be able to type in a name for your presentation.
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Oct 15, 2012 | Business & Productivity Software
Find links to information about saving presentations in the See Also section.
If you choose this option, you cannot use any of the features that are new in Office PowerPoint 2007.
The new slide now appears both on the Slides tab, where it is highlighted as the current slide, and in the Slide pane. Repeat this procedure for each new slide that you want to add.
Tip If you want your new slide to have the same layout that the preceding slide has, you can just click New Slide instead of clicking the arrow next to it.
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