Embedding pictures and sound in a PowerPoint show

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Charlie''s Word VBA questions

(Sorry, I didn't find a newsgroup for PowerPoint.)

I am starting my first presentation using PowerPoint 2003 in Windows XP Home
Edition. I have received .pps files in emails and downloaded them from the
web. They have both pictures and music and work great. On occassion, the
pictures in the slides and/or the music are received as attachments. But, I
assume that these objects can be embedded within the PP presentation file so
that they don't have to be attachments.

The question is "How to embed pictures and music tracks". The PP help
didn't help me.

Sincere thanks for any guidance on this.
 
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Lem

Charlie''s Word VBA questions said:
(Sorry, I didn't find a newsgroup for PowerPoint.)

I am starting my first presentation using PowerPoint 2003 in Windows XP Home
Edition. I have received .pps files in emails and downloaded them from the
web. They have both pictures and music and work great. On occassion, the
pictures in the slides and/or the music are received as attachments. But, I
assume that these objects can be embedded within the PP presentation file so
that they don't have to be attachments.

The question is "How to embed pictures and music tracks". The PP help
didn't help me.

Sincere thanks for any guidance on this.

This sounds like a homework problem to me.

Powerpoint is part of Microsoft Office. Hence, the Powerpoint newsgroups
are listed under "Office" -
http://www.microsoft.com/office/community/en-us/FlyoutOverview.mspx#9


On the off chance you really are not asking for help with your homework,
start looking here:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint/FX100648971033.aspx?CTT=96&Origin=CL100626991033


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Lem -- MS-MVP

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