Sound, Music or Narration in PowerPoint 2010
Add Music or Sound to PowerPoint 2010 Presentations
Add music or sound files such as MP3 or WAV files to your PowerPoint 2010 presentations.
Extract Sounds From PowerPoint 2010 Shows
Extract the sound or music files that are embedded in a PowerPoint 2010 file.
How Can I Pause the Music During a PowerPoint Show?
Pause the music during a PowerPoint show.
Play Sound and PowerPoint Animation at the Same Time
Why won't the music play at the same time as the animation in my PowerPoint presentation?
Record Narration or Sounds in PowerPoint 2010
Record simple sound effects or a narration to use in your PowerPoint 2010 presentation.
Use PowerPoint 2010 Triggers to Start Another Event
PowerPoint triggers allow the viewer to start up a secondary event when an object is selected on a slide.
Why Won't Music Start to Play on First PowerPoint Slide?
Sound file is inserted correctly yet will not start playing until fourth or fifth slide. Why?
Music Files are Missing in PowerPoint Slide Show
I can't find the music files in a PowerPoint show file.
PowerPoint Narration - Presenter Tip
Test your presenter skills by practicing and recording your narration of the presentation.
Add a Sound Effect to a PowerPoint 2010 Transition
Sounds in PowerPoint are not limited to individual sounds on the slides themselves. You can also add a sound effect to a specific slide transition that is applied to the slides.
10 Things to Know About PowerPoint Sound and Music
Use these ten tips and tutorials to make the best use out of using sound or music in PowerPoint.
Edit Music, Sound or Other Audio Settings in PowerPoint 2010
At times you need to fine tune the music or audio settings in your PowerPoint 2010 presentation.
Trim and Fade Audio Files in PowerPoint 2010
Edit the audio file by trimming the excess and/or fading the music track in or out.
PowerPoint 2010 Audio Problems with Sound or Music
Sometimes the audio file will just not play properly during a PowerPoint slide show. This short article will show you the most probable cause and how to fix it.