Check and Optimize Media Compatibility on PowerPoint 2010


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Checking and optimizing media compatibility

One of the biggest challenges in designing a PowerPoint slide show is that you have to bear in mind what computer you're going to play it on. Will it be Windows or a Mac? Will they have PowerPoint 2010 or are they still using 2007, or even the 2003 version? Since you never know how someone else's computer is configured, you can use the Optimized Media Compatibility utility so that you're not caught off guard in the middle of your big day. The Optimized Media Compatibility Checker modifies your multimedia so that it will play on any computer configuration, not just your own. Go up to the File tab and click on Info.

The top section says Optimized Media Compatibility. Interestingly, this option only shows up under certain circumstances. Otherwise, you won't even see it on the menu. You will see it when you have media eligible for conversion. In other words, a Media clip in a format other than wmv, wma, or midi files, You'll see it if you have linked media files and you...

Checking and optimizing media compatibility
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Checking and optimizing media compatibility provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010: Audio and Video in Depth

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Business
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