Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring new transition effects, part of Office 2013 New Features.
One of my favorite new enhancements here in PowerPoint 2013 are the new…transition effects that you have available to you.…There are a number of new ones;…actually there are nine new ones, since the customer preview even.…So we're going to look at them now and we're going to continue working with our…No Obstacles PowerPoint presentation, if you've been following along, …we're going to Slide 2 here on the left-hand side.…That'll allow us to see a live preview as we select transitions from Slide 1 to Slide 2.…Now if you're getting caught up, you can open up No Obstacles PowerPoint 4.…Next we'll go to the Transitions tab, now from here you do see a partial list…and these are you're standard transitions that you're probably already familiar with, …but click the drop down to see a number of new ones.…
Like one of my favorite in the exciting category here, Curtains, let's give it a click.…Now what you're going to see are the Curtains opening up from Slide 1,…transitioning over to Slide 2, I like that one.…
- Exploring the new user interface
- Using the bookmark feature
- Inserting online video in Word documents
- Editing PDFs in Word
- Filtering records using the timeline in Excel
- Exploring new slide transitions in PowerPoint
- Creating web apps for SharePoint or Office 365 with Access
- Inserting online pictures with Publisher
- Embedding files in a OneNote notebook
- Connecting to social networks with Outlook
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