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PowerPoint offers different tools for recording narration. You must have a microphone attached to your computer for these instructions to work! Select the slide to which you wish to add a sound.
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In the Insert tab, under the Media Clips group, click the arrow on the button. In the Name box, type an appropriate name for your sound. When you are finished recording press STOP.
If you want to record more, or record in stages, you can click RECORD again after you have stopped recording to resume from where you left off.
To hear your sound click PLAY. If you are not satisfied with your recording, click Cancel and start again. If you are happy with the recording, click OK.
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A sound icon appears on your slide. Unlike the last two options, PowerPoint does not automatically present you with the option to have your sound start automatically or when clicked. To change this option, select the sound icon and change the settings using the Sound Tools tab.
If you wish to change any of these settings, double-click on the CD icon and change the settings using Sound Tools tab. PowerPoint includes special tools that make recording narration and timing your slide show a cinch. You must have a microphone attached to your computer to record narration! Select the slide from which you would like to start the narration.
The Record Narration dialog opens. The Microphone Check dialog opens. Follow the instructions in the Microphone Check dialog box. PowerPoint will automatically adjust the microphone volume as you speak the text.
You can also adjust the slider manually.
When you are finished with the mic check, click OK. Create your own sound quality settings by choosing an option from the Attributes pull-down menu and save it as a custom format using Save As Click OK in the Record Narration dialog box to begin recording. A Slide Selection dialog appears. The Slide Show will start automatically.
Narrate your slides just as if you were presenting to an audience, clicking your mouse to advance the slide show. The recording will automatically end when you reach the last slide. Once you have finished recording a dialog will appear to inform you that your narration has been saved with the appropriate slides, and asking if you would like to save the slide timings.
To save the slide timings click SAVE. This will allow you or the viewer to simply play the slide show without needing to click to advance. The narration will stop until the slide show is advanced manually. A sound icon appears on the bottom right of your slide. If you wish to change any of the sound settings, double-click on the CD icon and change the settings using Sound Tools tab. You can choose which track or piece of a track you want to play and can decide whether it starts automatically or when clicked.
Select the slide from which you would like the music to start. Type the track number in the spaces provided OR Use the arrows beside the number to change the track number. To start and end the track at a specific point, in the space provided in time If you want your clip selection to play continuously from beginning to end, in the Play Options section check the box beside Loop until stopped.
To adjust the volume click on the button beside Sound Volume and use the slider to adjust the volume levels. When you are done adjusting the sound options, click OK.
A pop-up box will appear asking you how you would like the sound to start in the presentation. Choose to either have it play automatically or to have it play only when clicked.
A CD icon appears on your slide. If you wish to change any of these settings, double-click on the CD icon and change the settings using CD Audio Tools tab.