In Microsoft Publisher, users can insert audio attachments or objects onto the page using the Object feature. The Object feature in Microsoft Office embeds documents or files into the current document, so instead of having separate files, you can embed them in one document. When using the Object feature, you can choose to Create New or Create from File. If Create New is selected, you can choose an object type to embed in the document, such as a Graph chart, Word document, or PowerPoint slide. If the Choose from File option is selected, you can choose an object from your files.
How to insert an audio file attachment in Publisher
Follow the steps to insert an audio file attachment in Publisher:
- Launch Publisher.
- Click the Insert tab, then click the Object button.
- Click Create from File, then click Browse.
- Search for the audio file and click Open.
- Then click Ok.
- Double-click the audio file attachment.
- Click Open.
Click the Insert tab, then click the Object button in the Text group.
In the Insert Object dialog box, click Create from File.
Then click Browse.
Now search for the audio file and click Open.
Then click OK.
The Audio file will be inserted into the publication.
Double-click the audio file attachment.
A dialog box will open. Click Open.
The main media player on your device will open, playing the audio.
We hope you understand how to insert an audio file attachment in Publisher.
Can you insert a Publisher file into another Publisher file?
Yes, you can transfer data from one Publisher file to another. There are two methods where you can transfer a Publisher file to another:
- Select the data on the page, right-click the data, and click Copy from the context menu. Then paste it into the other Publisher files page.
- Click the Insert tab and click the Insert File button. Search for the location of the file and click Open. The file is inserted.
Can I convert Publisher to Word?
Yes, you can convert a Publisher file to a Word File. Follow the steps below:
- Open the Publisher file you want to convert.
- Click the file tab.
- On the backstage view, click Save As on the left.
- Choose the location where you want to save the file.
- In the File Name box, type a name for the file.
- In the Save as type list, select the version of Word you want to use.
- Then click Save.