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Inserting sound into PDF

So I have a PDF of a technical manual created in Acrobat 9.0 Pro Extended.  There are bookmarks for the PDF that show whenever someone opens the PDF.  I want to add sound to each page so the sound plays anytime someone opens the page, which I've figured out already.  And when someone leaves the page, the sound stops.  That's taken care of.  But, the sound displays a large audio player in the location within the page that I double-clicked to insert the sound file in the first place.  I'd like to get rid of the sound player but keep the sound.  Know what I mean?  I want to make the sound player disappear since it's covering critical text content on the page itself.
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I drew a small rectangle - any smaller and Acrobat won't prompt me to add a sound file.  When the page is opened, the rectangle turns into a tiny audio player with the controls in it.  Is there a way to hide this?  Or, the rectangle will always be on a locaiton in the pages that is white.  Can I make the rectangle white and defacto hide it?
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