Converting media to earlier versions of PowerPoint


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Converting media to earlier versions of PowerPoint

One of the things that you have to bear in mind in designing a PowerPoint slide show is what computer you're going to play it on. Will they have PowerPoint 2010 or are they still using 2007, or even the 2003 version? You'll be surprised that how many companies haven't made the switch years after the software upgrade was released. Here's a step you can take a head of time so that you are not caught off guard in the middle of your big day. PowerPoint 2010 allows thousands of new media file formats that weren't available when PowerPoint 2007 was released. The only video formats supported natively in PowerPoint 2007 were .wmv, .avi, .asf, and .mpeg.

If you just open up your presentation in PowerPoint 2007, any media clips in formats other than those will turn into static graphics of the first frame of the video. It will be terrible to walk into a presentation only to find that your videos were completely gone. To alert you to any media file format issues, go up to the File t...

Converting media to earlier versions of PowerPoint
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Converting media to earlier versions of PowerPoint 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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