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Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Add Your Folder Within The Media Browser

The Media Browser is a central repository of media content that you can use in your presentations. It has six tabs that we have covered extensively: Photos, Audio, Movies, Clip Art, Symbols, and Shapes. These six tabs are primarily of two types: Tabs that catalog content in your Mac OS X special collections and Tabs that catalog Microsoft Office assets. Although the first category of tabs may appear restricted to the Mac OS X special collections, they can be tweaked to show content from any other folder on your computer. In fact you can add more folders to the Folder / Browser pane.

Learn how to add your own folder other than the pre-designated folders within the Photos, Audio, and Movies tabs of the Media Browser in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac.

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