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I recorded audio for a PowerPoint presentation and now a colleague wants me to send the presentation to him. The file is currently 18 MB and I want to get it down to handy 1 or 2MB by stripping the audio.

The only way I see is to remove the audio in the animation bar slide by slide.

Stripping notes can be done by the "inspect document" feature. But for audio I see no such way.

How can I remove the audio all at once?

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The solution is to go to the Slide Show menu » Record Slide Show » Clear Narrations.

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Simply click on the sound icon on your slide and press SHIFT+DELETE... Do this for each slide

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Beside the office button,under quick access toolbar,left click the undo option.You can undo whatever actions is done,including record narration.

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That will only undo the last action, not remove the narration from all slides. – DavidPostill Jul 12 '15 at 14:01

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