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Embed sound in PowerPoint 2007 Posted by MeldunMeldun December 7, 2009 To embed sound into PowerPoint 2007, the sound file has to be in a “.WAV” format.

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1 Embed sound in PowerPoint 2007 Posted by MeldunMeldun December 7, 2009 To embed sound into PowerPoint 2007, the sound file has to be in a “.WAV” format and not “.MP3”. If it is an mp3 file, the file will be linked rather than embedded. PowerPoint has no way to perform this conversion so to convert your.mp3 to a.wav file you will need a sound editing program. Important. Sounds that are already in the slides will need to be reinserted, or will not be considered embedded. Select the slide you would like the sound to be played on, or to start laying from, then follow these steps. Embed sound in PowerPoint 2007 Posted by MeldunMeldun December 7, 2009 To embed sound into PowerPoint 2007, the sound file has to be in a “.WAV” format and not “.MP3”. If it is an mp3 file, the file will be linked rather than embedded. PowerPoint has no way to perform this conversion so to convert your.mp3 to a.wav file you will need a sound editing program. Important. Sounds that are already in the slides will need to be reinserted, or will not be considered embedded. Select the slide you would like the sound to be played on, or to start laying from, then follow these steps. You’re done! This allows you to be able to send your presentation to colleagues without having to also send the sound file also, the sound is now included in the presentation. If the file isn’t being embedded its either not in.WAV format or the file size is too large. To change the maximum file size allowed 1. Go to PowerPoint Options 2. On the Advanced tab, go to the “Save” section 3. Increase the Link sounds with file size greater than ___ Kb setting to a size just larger than your largest sound file, up to 50,000 KB (50 MB). 4. Click OK.

2 How to Rehearse Slide Timings in PowerPoint 2007 Posted by MeldunMeldun October 14, 2010 Sometimes when creating a PowerPoint Presentation, It can be difficult to choose the right timing to give the presentation a natural, organic flow. Lucky for us, PowerPoint 2007 has a rehearsal feature that allows the presenter to get a feel for how long the presentation is, and sets the slide transition timings accordingly based on this. The way PowerPoint does this, is by going through the presentation along with us. Each time the mouse is clicked to transition an item or slide, the timing can be recorded. This allows the presenter to get a better feel for how long each slide or item should be screen. This helps to avoid one of the big mistakes of PowerPoint presentations, spending too much time on one slide and boring the audience because of it! So lets get right into the tutorial. Go to the Slide Show tab located in the PowerPoint ribbon Choose Rehearse Timings CONTINUED ON BACK OF POSTER PAGE 1

3 This will begin the PowerPoint presentation but now their will be a Rehearsal dialog box. As you progress through the presentation this dialog box will keep track of how long each slide is displayed. Which is each time you click the mouse or the Next button located in the Rehearsal dialog box. Once this is done you will be asked as if you would like to save these timings. Choosing Yes will assign each slide the timings from the Rehearsal Choosing No will cancel all the timings and allows you to redo the Rehearsal to perfect the timings. Enjoy! PAGE 2

4 Use the Animations Tab in PowerPoint 2007 By Doug Lowe Doug Lowe 2 of 9 in Series: The Essentials of Using Animations in PowerPoint 2007The Essentials of Using Animations in PowerPoint 2007 PowerPoint’s animation effects fall into two categories: slide transitions and slide animations. slidetransitionsslideanimations Both types of animations are controlled from the Animations tab on the PowerPoint Ribbon. Ribbon Click the Animations tab to see the types of controls available. The Animations tab consists of three groups of controls, as described in the following list:groups Preview: This group includes a Preview button that displays a preview of the animation effects you selected for the current slide. Animations: This group lets you create animation effects. You can select a predefined effect from the Animate drop-down list, or you can click the Custom Animation button to specify a custom animation. Transition to This Slide: This group lets you set the transition effect that’s used when the slide is displayed. Read more: powerpoint-2007.seriesId html#ixzz1Hk1cjoM8http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/use-the-animations-tab-in- powerpoint-2007.seriesId html#ixzz1Hk1cjoM8 Animating Slides

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7 Insert a Picture in PowerPoint 2007 Posted by MeldunMeldun November 16, 2010 Today’s PowerPoint tutorial will show you how to add a picture to a PowerPoint 2007 Presentation. If you have pics in a file….. Firstly select the slide that the picture will be inserted on. Once this is done Choose Picture This will open a new window, which allows the user to select which image to add to the presentation. This can be done by either double clicking the image or clicking the image once and choosing insert Or if you just want to paste a jpeg: Just right click copy on the jpeg-then Right click paste on the PowerPoint Page you want the image to be

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10 Remember: PowerPoint 2007 will only embed sound if the sound file is in a “.WAV” format and not “.MP3”. Ms. Warren’s Suggested Procedure: 1.Place the sound file on the desk top 2.Open up aTube Catcher 3.Select Video Converter 4.A new window appears Using aTube Catcher to modify media formats Turn over PAGE 1

11 5.Drag the sound file you want to convert into the box 6.Arrow down on Output profile and select WAV PCM…. 7.Select Convert 8.The WAV was converted and saved in my Videos Folder You can select where you want the file to be saved prior to converting. Using aTube Catcher to modify media formats You’re ready to embed PAGE 2

12 PowerPoint Instruction Posters Embed sound in PowerPoint 2007 How to Rehearse Slide Timings in PowerPoint 2007 Use the Animations Tab in PowerPoint for Transition of Slides How to Make Music Play right through a PP Insert a Picture in PowerPoint 2007 How to Animate a PowerPoint 2007 Object Using aTubeCatcher to Modify Media Formats


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