A narration or sound is often accompanied with a PowerPoint presentation, especially a PowerPoint photo album or a PowerPoint video slideshow. Do you know how to record your narration/sound for embedding to your PowerPoint presentation as a business ad on the Web? If you are a novice of PowerPoint, you may find it a no-brainer with this article, which gives the step-by-step guide on recording a narration in PowerPoint 2003 and 2007.
Before the narration recording, make sure you have a working microphone hooked to your PC.
Record Your Narration or Sound in PowerPoint 2003 and 2007
To record your very narration for a PowerPoint 2003 presentation, do the following:
To record a sound for a PowerPoint 2003/2007 presentation, you can follow the steps below:
Personally, I recommend you record your voice narration with the Record Narration feature under Slide Show, which results in superior audio synchronization to the static Insert from Sound method.
Recording a narration or sound for your course or sales PowerPoint presentation, a live supplement to you as a presenter, is a pleasant bet for particular online distribution. You can even convert the narration-inclusive PowerPoint presentation to video that works better on the Web.
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