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How to play different music or sound tracks across different slides in the same PowerPoint 97 or 2000 presentation?
To play different music tracks and sounds across different slides in PowerPoint 97 and 2000:
- Choose "Movies and Sounds" from the Insert main menu option.
- Depending on your preference, select "Sound From Gallery", "Sound From File", "Play CD Audio Track", or Record Sound.
- Locate the Sound file that you wish to play across any number of your slides.
- Insert the sound.
- If you don't want the sound icon to appear in the presentation, drag it off the slide.
- If you are asked Do you want the sound to play automatically? Select "YES".
- Right click the sound's icon and select "Custom Animation" from the popup menu. The Custom Animation dialog box will open and your sound file should be listed.
- Select the "Multimedia Settings" tab, making sure that the sound object is selected.
- Click the checkbox, placing a checkmark next to "Play using animation order".
- Select the "Continue slide show" radio button. This allows PowerPoint to continue playing the sound when you move to the next slide in the presentation.
- Beneath Stop Playing, Select the number of slides that you would like the music to continue to play through. For example, if your music or sound track should play across the first 5 slides before a new music or sound track should play on slide 6, enter 5 in the box.
- Click the "More Options" button, and click a checkmark in the "Loop until stopped" checkbox.
- Select the Timing tab. To play automatically, the timing should be set to Start After Previous with a 0 second delay.
- Your music track will now continue after you leave the slide on which you placed it and play until it reaches the slide number which you entered to Stop Playing.
- Go the slide where you want your next music or sound track to begin playing.
- Repeat steps 1 - 14 for your next music or sound track.
- Repeat steps 1 -15 for every new music or sound track you wish to add to your presentation.
- Remember that only .WAV audio files can be embedded into your presentation. PowerPoint merely creates a hyperlink to all other sound types including MP3, CD-Audio, MID, RMI, AIF, AIFC, AU, WMA, and AFS. And that while PowerPoint 2000 supports all forementioned sound formats, PowerPoint 97 does not support MP3, AIF, AIFC, AU, WMA, and AFS sound types.
For more presentation audio tips, tricks, help, and advice, with making the most out of your presentation music and sounds effects, please view our Presentation Sound Tips