Solved Why does WAV fail to embed in powerpoint 2007

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September 5, 2019 at 15:37:48
Specs: Windows 7, Intel Pentium D 925
I have increased the maximum size to 50MB, but the WAV file does not embed. What do I need to do now?

Thanks Uncle Dewey


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September 10, 2019 at 10:36:08
You could also upload the file to a file sharing site and provide the link via email.

If you use gmail, it should offer to create a link for you when the file is too large to attach to an email. It'll be placed on your Google drive and anyone with the link can access it.

I can't imagine a world where a 24MB file can only be shared "locally". ;-)

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September 5, 2019 at 16:13:23
Have a look at these solutions.

how to embed .WAV file in powerpoint 2007
http://bit.ly/2zXwWBO


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September 6, 2019 at 08:50:36
Hi John,

I have gone to several of these sights, and I seem to know how to embed a WAV file, but it is still linked to a folder, and not embedded

Alas, Uncle Dewey.


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September 6, 2019 at 09:36:50
I have just seen an indication that WAV file is embedded. Now I must find out why the sound is not there in the other computers I go to. I''l let you know when it is working as it should in other computers.

Thanks for your patience, Uncle Dewey


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September 10, 2019 at 09:27:57
The Powerpoint WAV file is now embedded. The problem is it is too large for me to attach to my e-mail. I have compressed the WAV file from 55mb to 17mb, but PowerPoint is still too large at a total of 24MB. I tried compressing the 17mb WAV file, but the resulting WAV file was not good.

I guess I'm stuck with only being able to share my slide show on my computer or with a Flash Drive.

Alas, Uncle Dewey


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September 10, 2019 at 10:36:08
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You could also upload the file to a file sharing site and provide the link via email.

If you use gmail, it should offer to create a link for you when the file is too large to attach to an email. It'll be placed on your Google drive and anyone with the link can access it.

I can't imagine a world where a 24MB file can only be shared "locally". ;-)

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September 10, 2019 at 11:03:28
Thanks for the reminder. Early on I was provided a link by Gmail, and moved on. Ill go back and see if I can reestablish a link. I'll let you know if I was able to do that.

Thanks a bunch, Uncle Dewey


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September 12, 2019 at 16:01:02
I did not find how to save a Link using Gmail. I was told about http://www.fileconvoy.com/index.php, which allows me to save a file for no more that 21 days. It was easy to use, and I can either open the file or save it to my PC.

Thanks for listening, Uncle Dewey


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