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How to insert background sound clips into Word doc?

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by HP, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. HP

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    I'm trying to insert background sounds into several places within a Word
    document where there are also photographs pasted in . . . so there are
    different types of paste-in media files . . . SO THAT the SOUND (like a line
    from a song, say) plays when you scroll down through the document and REACH
    that point -- as opposed to all the sounds playing when you open the
    document.

    I have tested my "creations" out by first sending the document to myself and
    TWO problems I have been experiencing are:

    (a) When I insert the sound files and then send the document to myself, the
    only sound I hear when opening the document is the LAST sound I inserted into
    the background; OR

    (b) When I try to do this by inserting background into an email message with
    the same content, I get a "mixed message" -- I am able to insert the
    background sound at each place when I am CREATING the email (same as the MS
    Word doc) but when I send it to myself as a test, ultimately not all the
    clips or sound files make it in! (Aand OUTLOOK notifies me of this when I am
    pressing send. It gives me a message saying something like "Not all of the
    files can be found . . . do you want to send this email anyway?" -- and
    again I'll only get pieces of it. (They're MP3 files) HELP! SOMEBODY! Very
    frustrated by this conundrum. (Oh, to complicate things: I am using windows
    98SE . . . ) ANY ADVICE
     
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  3. fredg

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    On Sat, 8 Jul 2006 18:59:01 -0700, HP wrote:

    > I'm trying to insert background sounds into several places within a Word
    > document where there are also photographs pasted in . . . so there are
    > different types of paste-in media files . . . SO THAT the SOUND (like a line
    > from a song, say) plays when you scroll down through the document and REACH
    > that point -- as opposed to all the sounds playing when you open the
    > document.
    >
    > I have tested my "creations" out by first sending the document to myself and
    > TWO problems I have been experiencing are:
    >
    > (a) When I insert the sound files and then send the document to myself, the
    > only sound I hear when opening the document is the LAST sound I inserted into
    > the background; OR
    >
    > (b) When I try to do this by inserting background into an email message with
    > the same content, I get a "mixed message" -- I am able to insert the
    > background sound at each place when I am CREATING the email (same as the MS
    > Word doc) but when I send it to myself as a test, ultimately not all the
    > clips or sound files make it in! (Aand OUTLOOK notifies me of this when I am
    > pressing send. It gives me a message saying something like "Not all of the
    > files can be found . . . do you want to send this email anyway?" -- and
    > again I'll only get pieces of it. (They're MP3 files) HELP! SOMEBODY! Very
    > frustrated by this conundrum. (Oh, to complicate things: I am using windows
    > 98SE . . . ) ANY ADVICE


    You have posted this message to the wrong newsgroup.
    The access in this groups name refers to Microsoft Access, a database
    program.
    Please repost to the correct newsgroup for the Word program you are
    using. I would suggest you include your Windows and Office version
    number in the message.
    --
    Fred
    Please respond only to this newsgroup.
    I do not reply to personal e-mail
     

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