Using animation and transition effects on your objects and slides can help to keep your presentations interesting while grabbing the attention of your audience. PowerPoint 2016 introduces a new transition effect that can add object animation and slide transition effects all at once. In this movie, you will know how to apply the new Morph transition to a slide with at least one object in common with the slide before it.
- [Voiceover] Adding special effects like Animations…and Transitions between your slide…can really add some visual interest to your presentations…and keep the attention of your audience.…There's a new Transition that I kind of like here…in PowerPoint 2016 that we did not have in PowerPoint 2013.…It's called Morph.…What we're going to do is work with the second slide…in our presentation we've been working with in this chapter.…If you skipped to this movie, just open up Landon_Hotel0402.…You'll have what I have.…Go to slide two here on the left hand side…where we see a couple of objects.…
We have a title, we have an image,…and we have over here on the right hand side…a bulleted list that's kind of small…in relation to the image itself.…Now if we wanted to add some cool transition…that will kind of morph down the image…and grow this list,…all we need to do is duplicate a slide.…Let's go over here to the slides,…right click on slide two and choose Duplicate.…Now owe have two versions.…On the second version we create the end result…
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