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  Tuesday, March 04, 2008 – Permalink –

Move that Thing

Noise and motion


Microsoft has another of its easy to understand tutorials that deals with making objects move on the screen and also make sounds.


  • Animate text or objects

  • Add sound effects to an animation or hyperlink

  • Use sample animations in your presentation

There is also a link to a tutorial about adding sound effects to a presentation.

Animation



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  Wednesday, July 25, 2007 – Permalink –

Make PowerPoint HTML Sing

Web sounds



"The situation usually is that someone has spent the time to create a wonderful slide show with music set to start on the first slide and run throughout the entire presentation.

Unfortunately, when the presentation is saved as HTML, and it is tested, the music plays only on the first slide.

This article will not only explain what to do, it will also give you exact HTML code and tell you where to put it in the file. "


A Sound Solution: Playing Music on HTML Presentations

Michael Koerner (MS PPT MVP) has a sample PowerPoint to HTML.



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  Saturday, February 17, 2007 – Permalink –

Can the Narration

Pre-Record



PowerPoint and Narration
By Geetesh Bajaj from Indezine

"Narration is one of PowerPoint's least-used and most-misunderstood aspects. Many people try narration within PowerPoint only to get frustrated and give up.

Surprisingly, most PowerPoint narration problems stem from outside PowerPoint - from incompatible sound cards to loose microphone cables or messed-up Multimedia properties in the Windows control panel.

Or maybe you set your microphone volume settings very low or even mute! That's why I've provided a checklist of things you should do before you even attempt to begin narration in PowerPoint."




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