Working with transitions and animation


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Working with transitions and animation

As we have seen throughout this course, InDesign has a lot of great features for adding interactivity to your documents. Unfortunately, some of those features are incompatible with each other, for example, page transitions and animation. It would seem natural that you might want to combine the use of these two features in the same file, but if you do, you'll probably not like the result. Let's see what happens when we combine page transitions and animation. So here is my presentation file and I can see by the presence of these circled icons that some animation has been applied. So I'll select one of them, go to my Animation panel and I can see that this Reason No.

is set to Fade In on Page Load. If I select the Text Frame, that's set to Fly in from Bottom on Page Load. Let's add some transitions to this document. So I'll go to that Page Transitions panel and right now there are none in the document, I'll select one, I'll choose push with the direction of Up, ...

Working with transitions and animation
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Working with transitions and animation provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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