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Rebecca McGee

If you can use one slide with layers this works:

Create a return button on your layer and apply a "Stop Media" trigger on this button that takes them back to the base slide where the audio file lives. The target of the Stop Media will be that audio file. Naming your audio file "base audio" helps you quickly identify it. 


Joanne Chen

There is another way by using variables. You can set playing media on condition of variables equal to truth when timeline starts the slide. And adjust the value to false when timeline ends the slide or when media is completed. So the audio will only play at the first time since the variables will change after then.