In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to create simple animations to animate bullet points to have them appear one by one.
- [Jess] My name is Jess Stratton…and welcome to this week's edition…of PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…I have a simple slide of a list…of all our land and hotel locations…around the world.…When I'm presenting, I want to talk…a little bit about each one.…I don't want the audience reading…ahead while I'm talking, so I'll add action bullets…to make each one appear in order.…I'll start by making sure I have…a complete bulleted list.…The next step is to click to select…the entire text box.…After that all I have to do…is select an animation.…
Change to the animations tab…and you can browse through the animation list.…I'm going to stick with something simple like fade.…I can see a quick preview of how…it's going to look.…But I do need to make sure my settings…are all in order.…On the top right hand side…I can choose how this animation is going to start.…I do want it to start on a mouse click.…I can specify the duration,…that is the length of the animation.…I can change these if necessary.…
Also the delay, that is I can choose…to play it after a certain amount of time.…
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