Learn PowerPoint 2010: Slide Transition Sounds

Created: Tuesday, January 24, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



Sound effects are one of those small touches that PowerPoint allows you to add to a slide transition. However, you need to tread with caution here since a sound playing with every slide transition can not only sound cheesy, but it can also unnecessarily distract your audience. Having said that, there are occasions where a sound effect can be wisely applied to PowerPoint slide transitions — maybe a chime sound for just one slide? Whatever you decide, let us now show you how you can add a slide transition sound.

Learn how to add slide transition sounds in PowerPoint 2010.

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