If you are the guy who likes to give your documents a slant toward multimedia, then Word allows you to insert sound files in your document. This is how you insert a sound file into your Word document:
Firstly, position the insertion point where you want the sound inserted.
Then, choose Object from the Insert. Word will then display the Object dialog box.
Click on the “Create from File” tab. (See Figure 1.)
Now you can browse for the file name on your computor. Use the controls on the dialog box to locate a sound file that you want to insert into your document.
Lastly, click on OK. An icon that looks like a speaker is inserted in your document.
You can later listen to your sound file by simply double-clicking on the speaker icon.
This process applies to Microsoft Word 97, 2000, 2002, and 2003.
For Microsoft Word 2007 and 2010 please follow the following steps.
Position the insertion point where you want the sound inserted.
Display the Insert tab of the ribbon.
Click Object in the Text group. Word displays the Object dialog box.
Click on the Create from File tab. (See Figure 2.)
Use the controls on the dialog box to locate a sound file that you want included with your document.
Click on OK. An icon that looks like a speaker is inserted in your document.
Just another tip. If you experience difficulties when sending your word document, you can use a Google drive link to send your documents to others. You can also have a look at this video. For more articles CLICK HERE.