Created: Friday, February 27, 2004, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:05 am



Media Playlists in PowerPoint 2003

If you use Windows Media Player or any other player to create playlists of your favorite songs, you’ll love the new PowerPoint 2003 feature that allows PowerPoint to play your entire playlist. Actually, you can also design a cool presentation that makes your slideshow look like a jukebox – or if you are less adventurous or corporate, you could always use the playlist feature to play a series of musical clips in sequence. In this tutorial, we are using Windows Media Player playlists, but PowerPoint 2003 can also accept standard M3U playlists – most players can create and edit M3U playlists. Read more…


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