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Power Point sound integration issue

Posted on 2012-03-10
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Hi Everyone,

I am having issues with Power Point. Tried to insert audio into my presantation. I inserted it successfully but as soon as I replace the sound file from its original place or delete it the audio dissappear from the presentation. I have tried with different audio format for example mp3 and wma. None of the are working. (the MP3's size is 10Mb and the presentation size is 15Mb)

How should I integrate the audio so it can be hearable on a different computer? (without the original audio file sitting next to the ".pptx")
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Sound files are not embedded if they exceed a specified size - you can change the setting for this - See http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/embedded-and-linked-sound-files-in-a-presentation-HA001230307.aspx#BMincdecrease
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Thanks,

I have done it.
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