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It's not all about looks; PowerPoint's effects and animations can help you control the pace of your presentation and help your audience follow along. Find out how in this course, where Rich Harrington shows how to use builds, transitions, animations, and effects to relay information and add interest, without going overboard. He shows how to build text on-screen, transition between slides, set custom timing for chart animations, control playback of audio and video, and more.
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Hi, my name's Rich Harrington, and welcome to this course on animating within Powerpoint. Today, we're going to explore using transitions, builds, and other animation types. In order to do this, I want to encourage you to explore all the things that Powerpoint has to offer. But remember, showing a little bit of restraint is often a good practice when designing. I'm going to walk you through how to use different types of animations throughout your presentation. Whether it's building text on the screen, transitioning between slides, setting custom timings for animations on charts, even the control of media playback for things like audio files, or video clips.
There is a lot of things to cover. So let's get started.
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