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Embedded files are stored within the presentation. These links do not change even if you change their source file. Hence, such media links get embedded into the presentation and would run on any computer.What are linked files? : What are linked files? The linked files are included in the PowerPoint presentations. However, they would work only if you are presenting them on the same system where you have created the presentation. If you want to display the linked media on any other system, then it needs to be ported along with the slideshow and kept on the same path as on the parent computer.Comparison between embedded and linked media: Comparison between embedded and linked mediaWorking with embedded files: Working with embedded files Your files should be under 100 KB each and only in .wav format. The .wav files up to 50 megabytes can be embedded, but it may affect the performance of the presentation. You do not plan to change the source files. You want all the sound files contained within your presentation.Working with linked files : Working with linked files Your each sound file is 100 KB or more. You plan to change the source files. You plan to package your presentation to a CD or to a different folder or computer.How can you choose the best file type?: How can you choose the best file type? If a sound or music file is 50 megabytes (MB) or less, you can insert it as either as a linked or embedded object. If your file is more than 50 MB, it should be linked as it won't play in your presentation if you embed it. Allowed maximum size of embedded objects is 100 kilobytes (KB), but you can change it to a maximum of 50,000 KB (50 MB).How can you change the maximum size allowed?: How can you change the maximum size allowed? Go to office button, click on PowerPoint Options . Go to the Advanced tab, increase the Link sounds with file size greater than ___ Kb setting to a size just larger than your largest sound file, up to 50,000 KB (50 MB). 1 2 3 Scroll Down Set this value to 50000 Then, click on OK . 4Which file format is the best for uploading embedded and linked media each?: Which file format is the best for uploading embedded and linked media each? The .WAV (waveform audio data) is the most preferred one for uploading embedded media. Hence, the sound file should be under 100 KB (kilobytes). All other file formats, including .wav files greater than 100 KB, are linked into your presentations.What should you do to display the presentation on a computer other than the one on which you have created PowerPoint?: What should you do to display the presentation on a computer other than the one on which you have created PowerPoint? If you are planning to show your presentation on another computer, ensure that the source file that contains your linked sound files, as well as the folder its in, are saved on the computer you're using to present. Otherwise, the sound files won't play because the presentation won't know where to link to and the source files will be on a different computer.Why should have an understanding of the difference between embedded and linked files?: Why should have an understanding of the difference between embedded and linked files?Slide 12: Clear understanding of the difference between linked and embedded media enable you to make the best use of the sound files to spice up your PowerPoint presentations. Pitch your ideas convincingly based on any subject and communicate your message to the audience in an effective manner. Create a special photo-album of PowerPoint slides for family or friends reunion. This feature enables you to do this and much more to make your slideshows impressive and persuasive.Thank You!: Thank You! Click here for more PowerPoint tutorials on authorSTREAM You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.