Learn PowerPoint 2007: Animation Sounds

Created: Thursday, November 17, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



The main purpose of adding animation to any slide object is to draw the attention of the audience to some movement. Once you set an animation event, and set the speed of the animation, you may also want some sound to play along with the animation — one aspect that you should always remember is that although you can add sound to an animation, it is not always necessary to do so — we suggest you only add sound sparingly — and even then, you must make sure that the sound adds some value to the animation. In addition, it is important that you use the perfect sound type for any animation — using clapping or blasting sounds is very cliché.

Learn how to add sound effects to animations in PowerPoint 2007.

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