How To Add Audio Files To Word Documents

Microsoft Word is an application which every computer user on this earth uses. We all use Microsoft Word for our day to day life. Recently, one of my friends had trouble inserting an audio file in his Microsoft Word 2007 document. So, here is how to do it.

Word 2007 allows us to add almost any kind of file to a Word document—even sound files.  The commands to do this are buried deep within the recesses of the insert menu, but once discovered, they can bring music to the dullest of documents.

Click the insert tab at the top of the screen.

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Click the text icon, and choose object.

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In the window that opens, click create from file.

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Click browse and find the sound file you want to add to your document.  Once you have found and opened the file, click ok.

That’s it. You just inserted an audio file in the Word document.

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  1. Shikha says:

    this is cool!

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