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Peter Anderson

Hi Joy,

It looks like on your first screenshot, you'll want to follow the directions for Exporting Audio from Feedback:

  1. Open your quiz in Quizmaker ’09.
  2. Double-click the question from which you wish to export audio.
  3. Click the More button beside the Feedback response that contains the audio you wish to export.
  4. From the Audio section of the Feedback dialog, click the Edit audio button.
  5. When the Audio Editor opens, click the round Articulate button in the upper left corner.
  6. Select Export.
  7. Browse to the location where you wish to store your exported audio.
  8. Assign a File name to the audio file.
  9. Use the Save as type drop-down list to select one of the following audio formats for your exported audio:
    • Both WAV and MP3
    • MP3
    • WAV
  10. Click the Save button.

And on your second screenshot, there doesn't seem to be any audio to export on that particular slide. Are you sure that slide contains audio?

Peter Anderson
Happy to help, Joy
I think you'll find some really useful information on importing quality audio in this discussion from an older thread:
And there are also third party tools that you can use to increase the quality of your audio. Here are some articles and tutorials to help you out:

Using Audacity's Equalization effect to add warmth and presence to a narration track: https://player.vimeo.com/video/148895302
Using Audacity's Bass Boost effect to add warmth and presence to a narration track: https://player.vimeo.com/video/148895366
Articulate 101: How to Make the Most of Your Recorded Audio: http://bit.ly/7TP46

Hope that's helpful!