Adding Music to a Presentation


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Richg181

When I add a music track to my presentation, it begins automatically, as I
have set it, but the slides don't transition. I eventually want to add about
three or four tracks to a 12 minute presentation and have them play
consecutively throughout the presentation as the slides transition every 6
seconds. Thank you for any help offered.
 
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Sandy Johnson

Did you set the musice to play XX number of slides (typically the number of
slides over which you want the music to play)? Are your slides set to
automatically transition?
 
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ovi amy

When I add a music track to my presentation, it begins automatically, as I
have set it, but the slides don't transition.  I eventually want to addabout
three or four tracks to a 12 minute presentation and have them play
consecutively throughout the presentation as the slides transition every 6
seconds.  Thank you for any help offered.

There is an easier way I will recommend to you. First you need to
install a tool - Wondershare PPT2Flash.
After installing this software, you can find it in your PowerPoint.
Then select it and click "Import Audio".
Then you can select music and set up the effect of the music directly.
It is very easy to use. And you can use this function for FREE.
Download from here: http://www.sameshow.com/powerpoint-to-flash.html

Hope it helps!
 
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Richg181

Thank you all for your quick responses.

ovi amy said:
There is an easier way I will recommend to you. First you need to
install a tool - Wondershare PPT2Flash.
After installing this software, you can find it in your PowerPoint.
Then select it and click "Import Audio".
Then you can select music and set up the effect of the music directly.
It is very easy to use. And you can use this function for FREE.
Download from here: http://www.sameshow.com/powerpoint-to-flash.html

Hope it helps!
 
R

Richg181

Sandy,

I did not set the music to play over any particular number of slides because
I didn't know that was a choice. How do you do it?
 
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t-4-2

The person who gave you a so-called reply is a spammer. It is NOT for free
either, just free for " trial period ". She is a liar.
t-4-2
 

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