No Sound Issue in Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2003
Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 is the predecessor of PowerPoint 2007 and PowerPoint 2010. This software application is also available as individual software and users may have to install it from the Microsoft website only. This is generally offered with Microsoft Office 2003 suite. This application may be used for graphical approach, in order to make a presentation. They may be in the form of slide shows. This application software is widely used in the business and the class rooms and is very effective tool for giving the training process. PowerPoint is very user-friendly software and can be used easily. Some issues may also appear in this suite while playing PowerPoint presentation in your system. In this, the most common is the issues with sound.
- Causes for no sound issue in Microsoft PowerPoint 2003
- Check for audio connections
- Ensure the availability of sound file
Causes for no sound issue in Microsoft PowerPoint 2003
The sound option in Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 may not work due to several reasons. This issue may be due to reasons, like large size of the sound file, unsupported sound file format, etc. In some cases, you may need MP 3 file format rather than a WAV file format. Issue can also occur due to improper sound connections, presence of malware infections, etc.
Check for audio connections
In order to solve the sound issues while playing the presentation in PowerPoint 2003, users may have to ensure that the audio input connectors in the system are set-up properly and are working correctly. Users are also recommended to make sure that the system audio input connectors are correctly and completely plugged in and are connected to the appropriate outlets properly.
Users are recommended to check the availability of respective audio file formats before playing and making the presentation. Users need to make sure that the sound files are available to your presentation. If the sounds files are linked to the presentation then users may make sure that the linked files are located in the same folder where your presentation is saved. This is done for easy accessing of sound files by the presentation.