A very new feature in PowerPoint, the Morph transition tool is a way to create seamless animation between slides. In this video, staff author Jess Stratton will show how to create an effect of images sliding around on the screen by using the Morph transition in conjunction with shapes over the course of several slides.
- [Voiceover] A very new feature…in PowerPoint for Mac is a new slide transition…called 'Morph.'…'Morph' makes it easy to create seamless animation…for your slides by creating transitions.…I have here one image.…And all that image is is four shapes that I created…using the basic shapes tool and then…I grouped them together to make one image.…For example, from the 'Home' ribbon tab click 'Shapes,'…I chose the canister basic shape.…Draw your shape, you can even change the shape…fill color if you want, you can copy and paste it,…and you can even make more shapes.…
For example, all the way down to the bottom…is the question mark.…I can click and drag, make the question mark,…hit cancel on the actions settings and…I can even change the color and add a bevel by…clicking the 'Shape Format' ribbon tab.…Here's where you can change the color,…or add a feature such as a bevel.…Finally, you can click and drag with your mouse…to select them all, secondary click,…hover your mouse over 'Group,'…and choose 'Group.'…Now you have one image.…
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