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Add sound effects to a presentation

Test yourself

Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.


Besides speakers, a CD-ROM drive, and a sound card, what's an indispensable item for your presentation if you're playing music from a CD?

Popcorn and candy.

The CD itself.

Your presentation. It's got the CD icons in it, so just start it and your tracks will play.

The total playing time for track 3 is 03:30. How would you set up the track if you wanted the CD to start 1 minute into the track and end 30 seconds later?

Starting track: 3; starting time: 00:00. Ending track: 3; ending time: 01:30.

Starting track: 3; starting time: 01:00. Ending track: 3; ending time: 00:30.

Starting track: 3; starting time: 01:00. Ending track: 3; ending time: 01:30.

To open the dialog box that has the options for setting up CD tracks, what do you need to do?

Simply insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive, open your presentation, and display the slide that you want the sound to start on.

Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive, open your presentation, and display the slide that you want the sound to start on. Then click the Insert tab. In the Media Clips group, click the arrow next to Sound, and click Play CD Audio Track.

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