This is a tutorial for adding narration to your power point presentation
Beneftis of voice narration
Voice narration may not always get the point across especially in a noisy environment or in cases of audiences with people who are hard of hearing. Narration does not have to run throughout the entire slide show, you can record voice narration for selected slides or objects
Setting Narration Properties To set narration properties: Open the presentation From the Sli d e Show menu, select Record N arration...
The dialogue box displays how much disk space is available to store the sound narration file and so how many minutes you can record. You might want to adjust the quality at which the narration is recorded. Lower quality produces smaller files that will play more quickly on slower computers, but the narration will not sound so good.
If the presentation is being delivered on another computer, you must remember to copy the sound file with the presentation. To link to a sound file, check the L ink narrations in: box Optionally, select a disk drive and folder in which to store the sound file(s) (one file will be created for each slide and the file(s) will have the same name as the presentation plus an ID number and a .WAV file extension) Click Cancel if you do not want to record the narration now (your settings will be saved for next time)
A microphone connected to a sound card is required in order to record a voice narration.
From the Slide Show menu, select Record Narration... If the microphone and quality settings have been set up, click OK to begin recording
The slide show will begin. Advance through the slide show as you record your narration - you do not have to narrate on all slides (press Esc to end the slide show early)
This ends the tutorial on adding narration to your PowerPoint presentations
Adding Narration To Your Power Point Presentations