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iWork for Mac OS X Cookbook by Alexander Anichkin

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Adding audio files to slideshows

In Keynote, we can add audio files to our slideshows. These might be music or sounds of nature or city life, or our own commentary to go with our slides.

This option can make presentations more efficient and entertaining.

Keynote documents accept QuickTime and iTunes files, including the popular MP3 and MPEG4 formats.

This recipe describes how to add audio files to Keynote documents.

Getting ready

Prepare the audio file to be added to your Keynote project. This might be a single audio file or a playlist.

Note

If you are using audio clips produced by someone else, be sure you have ascertained their copyright status. Many popular melodies, even though we may hear them every day, are protected by copyright. Or we might ...

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