You will need
- Microsoft Power Point sound file.
Start Microsoft Power Point. Create an entire presentation in its entirety before you add a music file.
Once the presentation is ready, click the first slide. It is in him and will need to insert a music file. To do this click the top menu "Insert" -> "Movies and sounds" (in different versions of Microsoft Office items can vary a bit). Then select the sound from either a collections Office, or from your files. After adding the file should pop-up with the question "the sound to Play automatically or on click?". Choose the option that you are most comfortable. If this window does not appear, you later can change this setting.
Click the sound icon, right-click and select "custom animation". Right click your audio file and open the menu. Select "effect Options". Here you can select which file will start the sound and after a over. If you want to keep the music going throughout the presentation, select "Start playback" -> "start" and "Finish" and the number of the last slide of your presentation.
Try to do the same through the top menu slide Show - > slide transition". As soon as the right will appear the setup menu of the slide show, under "Sound" select sound from the collection or by clicking below "Other sound...", from file. Then click "apply to all slides". In this case, the sound file must be in the format of waw.
If you are going to show a presentation from the removable media, then the music file should also be saved on it. Otherwise, in a slide show, the audio file will just not be played, as it does not attach to the presentation itself.
Advice 2: How to put music on all slides
If you create presentations using Power Point, many users are having issues adding music to slides. Indeed, this option in the program implemented is not entirely clear. Consider the process of adding background music to the slides in the presentation Power Point.
If the song is recorded in wav format (and most likely it is), and in the popular mp3, you'll first need to convert the file. Not to install on the computer additional programs, use one of the free online converters: www.media.io, www.audio.online-convert.com or any other comparable resource. To convert, upload your file, click Convert, and then download the file will be in wav format.
Now you need to open the finished presentation, select the tab "Animation" and under "Transition to this slide click in the menu "Sound transition." Select the menu item "Other sound" and specify the path to the above-prepared wav file. After that again open the menu and select the check box next to the option "Continuously". Follow these same steps for each slide of the presentation. After that, the music will be played after the start of the presentation, and will not be interrupted while switching slides.
This method can be used in PowerPoint 2007 and 2010. In the version of Power Point 2003 menu items might be slightly different.