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I am using a video clip and an audio recording in a PowerPoint 2013 presentation and I want them to start simultaneously, ideally when the animation moves on to the slide but otherwise on a mouse click.

I can get the video to start using its start automatically setting and I thought that linking the audio with a Start With connection would make it start but it doesn.

I can run the audio by itself clicking on it directly and I have audio on other slides linked to simple animated shapes but with the video it's not working.

Any suggestions will be most welcome.
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Thanks

I followed the sequence set out there precisely and it worked

As often happens with Microsoft, the intuitively obvious approach did not work!
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