Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: How to add soundtrack on Windows Vista?
Your presentation on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 can be made into a better engaging session by adding an audio file to it. Yes, you can add a music track, voice over, sound bytes, and much more to make it interesting and comprehensible. Don’t worry if you haven’t done it earlier. By following the simple steps mentioned here, you can easily add a soundtrack to your presentation; this soundtrack could be anything from a .wav file to a MP3 file…
If you are using a Windows Vista PC, this is what you can do. The easy solution to issue is as:
- Open the Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 file.
- Select the slide you wish to add the music to.
- Click the “Insert” tab.
- Under the “Media Clips” group, click “Audio” and then go to “Audio from File”.
- Browse to and select the sound file, then select “Insert”.
- Under the “Playback” tab, select if you wish the file to start “Automatically, On Click” or Play “across Slides”.
By confirming the particular method in which you would like to play the soundtrack ÂÂ-– automatic or with manual intervention – you will definitely make things easier for you while the presentation is running. Many Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 users have benefitted from this feature so why should you?
To recall the steps, here is a short video that you can watch: