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Video inserted into MSFT Power Point 2007 - AUDIO PLAYS - BUT NOT VIDEO

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I'm trying to get a video file to play properly in a .ppt presentation.
System: VISTA HOME, MSFT OFFICE 2007, POWER POINT (Trial Version)
Tried inserting both an mpeg & avi video file into power point file, appears to be inserted.
Tried - Set to play: "Automatically" and "Click" to start.
Audio works during playback - with .avi file, but there is no video.
Neither audio or video work with an mpeg file.

Tried to make sure video was in front,
tried inserting video into a brand new .ppt, to make sure video was not playing behind a layer.
still video will not show.

Thanks for any suggestions.

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