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we have a song playing as slides are changing. When each picture changes the sound has a click that you can hear. I went into slide transitions and made sure it was clicked to no sound, but the noise continues.
The powerpoint was made with office 2007 .
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by:Chris Bottomley
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Hello tad91030,

You have checked the transition for each slide?  AT the risk of offending you can select all slides and change the sound for all at the same time.

Regards,
Chris
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by:Kechka
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Check the master slide design.
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the transition was checked, no sound and no transition just straight cuts were chosen.
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by:tad91030
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where do you check the master slide design.
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by:Chris Bottomley
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To see the slide master:

On the View tab | Views panel | Slide Master.

I don't know how to select the transitions for a slide master though so i'll leave you to Kechka for that.

One thought though have you tried selecting all slides, selecting a specific transition then seeing if it changes and then change it back to nothing and see if that helps?

Chris
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BTW, are the pictures also animated?  If so, check Custom Animations on the pictures and see if a sound has been applied to the animation.
http://www.amphi.com/~technology/techclass/pdfs/powerpoint/ppt2003anim.pdf
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by:Chris Bottomley
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tad91030,

Can you update us on progress or otherwise?

Chris
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we gave up on trying to fix just used the ppt as it was with the sound problem.
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by:tad91030
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did not have time to fix problem used as it was. split points between those who answered
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