Do you have a PowerPoint presentation that you want to present, but you want to add some cool sound effects to your transition in your presentation? In this tutorial, we will explain how to add sound effects to a transition in PowerPoint.
What is a Transition in PowerPoint?
Transitions are visual effects that add movements to your slide as you move from one slide to another; using the transition feature, you can control the speed, sound and customize the look of transition effects.
How to add Sound Effects to a Transition in PowerPoint
Follow any one of these methods to add sound effects to your transition.
- Add a transition to your slide
- Add sound effects to your slide transitions
1] Add a transition to your slide
Click the slide you want to apply the transition.
On the Transition tab, in the Transition gallery, click the effect you want for the slide.
Click the Preview button in the Preview group to see a showing of the transition.
Click the Effects Options button to change how the transition occurs.
You can also enter a duration to set how fast the transition effect goes in the Duration entry box in the Timing group.
2] Add sound effects to your slide transitions
Press and hold the Ctrl key while you select the transition slides you want to add the sound.
On the Transition tab in the Timing group, click the Sound button and select a sound from the list.
If you want to use your own sound on your presentation and not the sounds in the list; select Other sounds in the drop-down menu.
An Add audio dialog box will open, choose a sound from your files and click OK.
We hope this tutorial helps you understand how to add sound effects to a transition in PowerPoint.
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