Interface Overview: Add Your Folder Within the Media Browser in PowerPoint

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The Media Browser in PowerPoint for Mac is a central repository of media content that you can use in your presentations. It has six tabs: Photos, Audio, Movies, Clip Art, Symbols, and Shapes. These six tabs are primarily of two types – Tabs that catalog content in your Mac OS X special collections, such as your iTunes collection for the Audio tab, the iMovie collection for the Movies tab, and your iPhoto library for the Photos tab. The other tabs that catalog Microsoft Office assets, such as installed clip art for the Clip Art tab, quick access to symbols in the Symbols tab, and access to shapes that are part of Microsoft Office within the Shapes tab.

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Add Your Folder Within the Media Browser in PowerPoint 2011

Add Your Folder Within the Media Browser in PowerPoint

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