Audio in PowerPoint – Basics: Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, August 2, 2017, posted by at 11:49 am

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Once you add a sound track, such as a music clip, to your PowerPoint presentation, you can let the inserted audio span across all your slides from the first one to the last by selecting the Play Across Slides option. That’s great if you need the same music playing on all your slides. But what if you want the music to play only across some successive slides? What if you want the music to play from slide 1 to 12, and let all subsequent slides play without any music? Or you may want to add another audio clip for the next set of slides? Either way, it is possible to limit the number of slides that your music will play across.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint. If we do not have a tutorial for your version of PowerPoint, explore the version closest to the one you use.

Microsoft Windows

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint 365

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint 2019

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint 2016

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint 2013

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint 365

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint 2019

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint 2016

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint 2011

PowerPoint for the Web

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint

Sound Across Specific Slides in PowerPoint

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