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Mar
2010



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WordWriting a letter or a document with your Microsoft Office is a boring activity sometimes. Wouldn’t you like to add some music to your Word files so to surprise the person who will read them? Here is a quick tutorial which will teach you in a couple of easy steps how to add audio files such as MP3 in your Word files!

  1. Open Office Word.
  2. Click the Insert tab.
  3. Click Object. It should be located on the right side of the toolbar.
  4. A dialog-box should appear on the screen.
  5. Now, click the Create from File tab.
  6. Choose your MP3 file.
  7. Click OK.
  8. As you  see the Mp3 should be in your Word document. Double-click it to play it right away!

If you are looking for a nice way to convert Word documents to MP3 , read this other article.


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One Comment to “How to Add Music (MP3) to your Word Files (Documents in Office 2010)”

  1. ha14 Says:

    WOW this is good if someone has a weak eyes so that one can add his voice message also.

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