Want the steps to play the sound continuously in a Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 presentation on your Windows Vista-based PC? When you insert a linked sound file, PowerPoint creates a link to the sound file’s current location. If later, you move the sound file to a different location, PowerPoint cannot locate it when you want the file to play. Thus, it is better to copy the sounds into the same folder as the presentation. So, here’s how you can play the sound continuously in a Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 presentation on your PC – follow me:

To play the sound continuously for one slide:

1. Insert the sound file in PowerPoint presentation.

2. Click on the sound icon.

3. Under ‘Sound Tools’, on the ‘Options’ tab, in the ‘Sound Options’ group, select the ‘Loop Until Stopped’ check box.

To play the sound across multiple slides:

1. On the ‘Animations’ tab, in the ‘Animations’ group, click ‘Custom Animation’.

2.  In the ‘Custom Animation’ task pane, click the arrow to the right of the selected sound in the ‘Custom Animation’ list, and then click ‘Effect Options’.

3. On the ‘Effect’ tab, under ‘Stop playing’, click ‘After’, and then select the total number of slides on which the file should play.

4. Click ‘OK’.

You see, with the help of these simple steps you can easily play the sound continuously in a Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 presentation on Windows Vista-based PC.