At 22:37 19/08/2013 -0700, Dave Liesse wrote:
Well, it was a kick in the teeth to learn that sounds are only
linked instead of being imbedded in the presentation, but at least
that'll keep the size down. My question, though, is whether the
links use absolute or relative paths.
It's a simple job to test this, of course - and the answer appears to
I put together a presentation that's for distribution via DVD, and
of course I have no idea in advance what drive letter any given
recipient will have. I have no problem with putting the sound files
on the disk, but need to know what type of pathing is being
used. If it's relative, I'm already in good shape; if it's
absolute, then I'm hosed.
This kinda makes it impossible to distribute a slide show
electronically, as well, if you want sound with it.
Surely all you need to do is to put your audio file in the same
folder as your presentation when you insert it, and to require your
correspondents to have both files in the same folder - wherever that
might be - before attempting to use them?
I trust this helps.
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