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April 11, 2011


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I dropped two audio files onto the timeline in Windows Movie Maker as you suggested but there is not option to save the file as an audio file -- how is that done

When I insert an audio file into my presentation it will only play the first time I run the presentation -- it will not play on subsequent runs -- any suggestions


Hi Larry,

To save the audio as an audio file, you drag and drop the audio clips the the Audio/Music section of the Windows Movie Maker timeline. Then choose File > Save Movie File. Save the movie file to you computer. It should automatically save as a .wma file.

I am unsure as to the second part of your comment. Are you saying that it works the first time every time you open PowerPoint and run the presentation? Or that it worked once and then never again? Or that it plays at first and then stops during the presentation?

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