I would suggest creating a separate sound file for each slide. Link
the sound file to a [Play Sound] button on each slide's html page.
Some people would also suggest using Microsoft tags to automatically
play sound when you view the page, but I find that pushy.
Other people would rather use quick-time movies or real-media player
movies for this, but then it could not be viewed by everyone. Most
browsers can do text, graphics and sounds.
>--- Original Message ---
>Harvey Newstrom <mail@HarveyNewstrom.com> Wrote on
>Tue, 20 Jun 2000 19:40:45 -0400
>>>I'll put up a URL of the talk, visual presentation and panel
>info when I can figure out how to html PowerPoint.<<
>>Wonderful report. Thanks. I wish we all could have been >there.
>>Also note that Microsoft Powerpoint has a "Save as HTML" >option
>in the "File" menu.
>Okay, good. Do you know how to put sound to the PowerPoint presentation?
> I had wanted E. Shaun Russell's music and then my voice on the
>PowerPoint slides. Any advice?
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