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Teachers, your time is valuable. Learn to reduce your workload, streamline grading and lesson planning, and share resources with students and other teachers with Microsoft Office. Aaron Quigley teaches you how to use Word's templates to create lessons and worksheets more efficiently, use Track Changes to digitally grade papers, build gradebooks in Excel, give presentations from PowerPoint, collaborate over SkyDrive, and connect using Outlook and SharePoint. These lessons are explored using sample lessons, homework, and tests like you'd find at a real-world school. And at the end of each section, Aaron invites you to test what you've learned in a video challenge.
In this challenge, they'll be using a pre-made graph inside of PowerPoint, to animate various data points coming into the graph. As you can see, the data stacks on top of itself. To complete this PowerPoint Challenge, you're going to use transitions to animate the graph. You'll need to first properly format the graph inside of PowerPoint. You're going to use slide duplication techniques. You're going to have each data-point appear separately. And don't forget to fade the transitions to simulate animation. The starting graph can be found in Chapter 7 of the exercise files. This challenge should take about five to seven minutes to complete.
When you finish, please make sure to check out my solutions video, where I'll describe how you animated this graph. Best of luck.
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