Learn PowerPoint 2007: Sound Actions

Created: Monday, December 5, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



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Although PowerPoint classifies Sound Actions as an animation type, it is not strictly an animation. Yet, since you access them through the Custom Animation task pane, we have included this tutorial in our Animations section. In simple terms, a Sound Action is something that causes an event for any inserted sound clip — these are simple events such as Play, Pause, Resume, and Stop. By providing complete control over these actions within the Custom Animation task pane, PowerPoint empowers you to make these events interact with other animations, including Triggers.

Learn about Sound Actions in PowerPoint 2007.

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