How to embed music , NOT link


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t-4-2

MS Office Power Point 2007 ( Trial version ). Vista Home Premium SP1, 32
bit.
Objective : A Power Point presentation ( pictures ) embedded with background
music which will loop until stopped.
The power-point will be e-mailed out as an attachment.
Problem : Music is " linked " in the power point, NOT embedded. Recipient
cannot hear it because he/she does not have the sound file.
I have received thousands of PP with music background. So, how did they do
it ?
t-4-2
 
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liao peng

MS Office Power Point 2007 ( Trial version ). Vista Home Premium SP1, 32
bit.
Objective : A Power Point presentation ( pictures ) embedded with background
music which will loop until stopped.
                   The power-point will be e-mailed out as an attachment.
Problem : Music is " linked " in the power point, NOT embedded. Recipient
cannot hear it because he/she does not have the sound file.
I have received thousands of PP with music background. So, how did they do
it ?
t-4-2

If you choose to embed the audio file into your presentation, the
sound file would be contained in your presentation.
To embed audio file, you need to follow a couple of steps.
1. First of all, you should make sure that the music file is in WAV
format (MP3 file can only be linked, not embedded).
2. By default, the file which is smaller than 100 KB in size would be
embedded. If you WAV file is larger than 100KB, you need to change the
file size limitation first. It can be changed in the Sound Options
group on the contextual menu when you double click the speaker icon on
the slide.

http://www.ppt-to-dvd.com/learningcenter/how-to-add-music-song-to-powerpoint-presentations.html
 
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t-4-2

Thank you for the tutorials.
The Codex software is invaluable. It converts/disguises mp3 as wav files
without increasing the file sizes.
Thank you very much.
t-4-2
 

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