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PowerPlugs: Music for PowerPoint
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Getting Started > How to Insert Music> How to remove Music> How to Uninstall

Getting Started

If you are using PowerPoint 2003 or earlier:
After the installation is complete, a new button – “Insert Music…” will appear in a floating palette in the normal working area of PowerPoint, like this:



In addition, a new button “Music…” or “PowerPlugs: Music…” will appear in PowerPoint's Insert menu:




If you are using PowerPoint 2007:
After the installation is complete, you should see “PowerPlugs: Music” appear in PowerPoint Add-ins ribbon, like this:




How to Insert Music -

Open an existing PowerPoint presentation, or create a new presentation, then choose the slide or slides in the presentation where you want music to play. Then, by clicking on any of the above PowerPlugs: Music buttons, bring up the following dialog box


Once the dialog appears, if you don’t see your music clips or music folders in the white area above, click the browse button to locate the folder where you store your music clips. Select the music style of your choice to be played back during a PowerPoint presentation from the Music Clips pane. If you select a specific music clip (as shown above), you can apply it to the selected slide(s) or to the entire presentation by clicking "Apply" or "Apply to All button" respectively.

The following table describes the functions of each button / control within the dialog.

Controls
Description
Current Folder text box
Shows the current file path to the music clips. This text box is not editable. It is a status display only.
Browse
Click this button to search for music files on a CD or in locations other than the default PowerPlugs: Music for PowerPoint music clips folder, which is: My Computer>Local Disk (C:)>Program Files>PowerPlugs> Music for PowerPoint>Sounds.
Music Clips Pane
This pane allows you to select music clips or music folders. Expand the Music Clip tree by clicking on the + sign in front of an item. Each music clip will have the speaker icon
on its left side to help identify it as a music clip.
Auto Apply
The Auto Apply button is only active if a folder of music clips is selected (one level up from the WAV files). This button, when clicked on, automatically assigns different music clips from that folder to each slide of a presentation.
Apply to All
Click this button to apply the selected music clips to the entire presentation.
Apply
With a music clip selected, click this button to apply the selected music to the selected slide or slides
Cancel
Click this button to close the PowerPlugs: Music for PowerPoint dialog box without inserting any music clip.
Help...
This button provides useful links to online resources, along with copyright information and software version of your product.
More Effects…
This button will take you to CrystalGraphics' website to give you more information about additional music clips for PowerPlugs: Music which may be newly released from time to time. Other award-winning special effects, such as 3D transitions, animated titles and other special effects for PowerPoint presentations as well as award-winning templates and photos are also available on the CrystalGraphics website.
Details
With a music clip selected, click this button to display the details about the selected music clip (such as length, size and audio format).


With a music clip selected, click this triangle-shaped button to preview (play) the selected music. While the music plays, this button changes to a square block or a Stop button. Click the Stop button to stop playing the selected music.
Repeat music clip as needed.
You can check this option if you want the selected music to play in a repeating loop within the selected slide(s) for as long as you display the slide. If you uncheck this option, the selected music will play only once in the selected slide during presentations.
Play music clip as needed.
You can check this option if you want the selected music to continue to play during the slide transition(s) . If you uncheck this option, the selected music clip will play just while the slide is displayed, but not during the slide transition(s).


How to Remove Music from Individual Slide(s):

1. Select the slide(s) on which music has been applied.
2. Bring up the PowerPlugs: Music dialog box (by clicking on any of the main PowerPlugs: Music buttons, as described under Getting Started above.)
3. Select 'None' from the Music Clips pane. (None is always the top item in the Music Clips pane, as is shown above. )
4. Click the "Applyl" button.

How to Remove Music from an Entire Presentation:


1. Bring up the PowerPlugs: Music dialog box (by clicking on any of the main PowerPlugs: Music buttons, as described under Getting Started above.)
2. Select 'None' from the Music Clips pane. (None is always the top item in the Music Clips pane, as is shown above. )
3. Click the "Apply to All" button.

How to Uninstall

Use the Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs tool or click on Start Button>All Programs>PowerPlugs>Music for PowerPoint>Uninstall and follow the directions from there.

   
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