You can play videos directly in Word by importing them from your PC. This feature allows you to view live video without leaving the document.
Go to the ' File' menu in Word. Then select ' Options ' from the drop-down menu. Then select 'Customize Ribbon'. Then click 'OK' after selecting the 'Developer'box.
Insert the video into Word at this point. Click on the 'Legacy Tools' icon on the Developer> Controls tab.
Click on 'Legacy Tools,' then on the 'More Controls' icon from the drop-down menu (under ActiveX Controls), and a dialogue box similar to the one below displays. Select 'Windows Media Player' from the drop-down menu, then click the 'OK' button.
Windows Media Player will appear in Word. By dragging the edge of the music player, you may adjust the height and width of Media Player.
Select ' Properties ' from the context menu when you right-click on Windows Media Player. As shown below, a box will appear on the left side of the screen. To find content for Windows Media Player embedded in Word, click Categorized on the display box.
When you click the ' OK ' button, a dialogue window (like the one below) will appear, and you may use the ' Browse ' button to find the movie you wish to add to Word.
To play videos in Word, go to the 'DEVELOPER' tab, then 'Design Mode,' and the video will start playing immediately.