How do you imbed music in a PowerPoint show?

Discussion in 'Microsoft Powerpoint' started by SDDean, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. SDDean

    SDDean Guest

    All I've read says you have to attach, not imbed. I've received several pps
    files where the music must be imbedded. How is that done? Please reply with
    simple "basic user" suggestions. While I'm interested and moderately smart,
    I'm not a tech or specialist. Seriously, if this can be simply done by a
    basic user, those instructions would be helpful.
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    SDDean, Mar 16, 2008
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  2. If the file type is a .WAV file, and does not exceed the maximum allowed (you can set it) size it will be embedded. All other sound files are linked and must accompany the presentation if you send it to some one.

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    "SDDean" <> wrote in message news:...
    All I've read says you have to attach, not imbed. I've received several pps
    files where the music must be imbedded. How is that done? Please reply with
    simple "basic user" suggestions. While I'm interested and moderately smart,
    I'm not a tech or specialist. Seriously, if this can be simply done by a
    basic user, those instructions would be helpful.
    --
    SDD
     
    Michael Koerner, Mar 16, 2008
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  3. SDDean

    John Wilson Guest

    There are a couple of tutorials here which should help.
    http://www.pptalchemy.co.uk/powerpoint_hints_and_tips_tutorials.html#sounds
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    "SDDean" wrote:

    > All I've read says you have to attach, not imbed. I've received several pps
    > files where the music must be imbedded. How is that done? Please reply with
    > simple "basic user" suggestions. While I'm interested and moderately smart,
    > I'm not a tech or specialist. Seriously, if this can be simply done by a
    > basic user, those instructions would be helpful.
    > --
    > SDD
     
    John Wilson, Mar 16, 2008
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