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PowerPoint 2010: Editing Audio how to edit the audio files you have inserted into your PowerPoint 2010 slides. You can trim audio clips, add fade ins and fade outs and adjust various playback options.PowerPoint allows you to add sound to your presentation, which opens up a lot of possibilities. Perhaps you want to add background music to one slide, a sound effect to another, and maybe even add some narration or commentary to a few slides. You can either add an audio file from your computer, or you can browse PowerPoint's collection of Clip Art Audio. You can then edit the sounds within PowerPoint so that they are tailored to your presentation.Just like with videos, you can modify your audio files using the various features of the Playback tab. For example, if you add a song to a slide, you can trim it so that it will only play one section of the song, and you can add a fade in and fade out to smooth out the beginning and end. You can also add bookmarks that allow you to jump to specific points in the audio file.Watch the video to learn how to manage, edit and format audio filesIf you are interested in learning more about this topic, please visit our site to view the entire tutorial on our website. It includes instructional text, informational graphics, examples, and even interactives for you to practice and apply what you've learned.
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