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Old April 5th, 2005, 05:03 PM
goldie615
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I have created a presentation incorporating two different music files. It is
timed perfectly to start and stop at appropriate moments during the
presentation. However, when I Pack N Go it and play it on another computer,
the music timing is all off and there are a couple of slides with no music
playing at all. Is there anyway around this problem? I was hoping to run
many copies of this for distribution and am disappointed that it would keep
the music timing. Any ideas would be helpful.
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Old April 5th, 2005, 05:10 PM
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FWIW, it will respond differently on each computer. Your timings can be close,
but that is as good as it gets. Timings are not one of PowerPoint's strong
points.

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I have created a presentation incorporating two different music files. It is
timed perfectly to start and stop at appropriate moments during the
presentation. However, when I Pack N Go it and play it on another computer,
the music timing is all off and there are a couple of slides with no music
playing at all. Is there anyway around this problem? I was hoping to run
many copies of this for distribution and am disappointed that it would keep
the music timing. Any ideas would be helpful.


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Old April 5th, 2005, 07:30 PM
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See http://www.soniacoleman.com/Tutorial...chronizing.htm
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I have created a presentation incorporating two different music files. It is
timed perfectly to start and stop at appropriate moments during the
presentation. However, when I Pack N Go it and play it on another computer,
the music timing is all off and there are a couple of slides with no music
playing at all. Is there anyway around this problem? I was hoping to run
many copies of this for distribution and am disappointed that it would keep
the music timing. Any ideas would be helpful.



 




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