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Learn PowerPoint 2013 from Windows: Format Tab for Audio Clips

When you insert an audio clip on your slide, you can see a sound icon that represents the audio clip. Of course, it rarely matters what the icon looks like if you have set your audio clip to play automatically. However, if you actually plan to click on this picture to play your audio clip — then you might want to use another picture instead.

Explore the Format tab for audio clips in PowerPoint 2013.

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