Graphs and charts often have multiple sections or categories. When animating these onto a slide, you can decide to have the entire chart or graph animate together, or you can animate each part separately. This video explores how to control how the individual parts build onto a slide.
- [Instructor] One thing that people ask about a lot…in PowerPoint is how to animate individual parts…of a graph or a chart separately.…The tools for this are pretty easy…if you know where to look.…So, that's what we're covering in this week's…PowerPoint Tips.…So, here on this slide I have a graph…and I want to apply an animated build to it.…So, I'll need to select the graph.…I can just click anywhere on that graph.…Then I'll go to the animations ribbon…and then I can choose one of these animated builds to apply.…I could even open up this panel for more options,…but I just want to apply the fly in animation.…
Now, before I do that I want you to pay attention…to the graph here on the slide…because when I apply this animation…we will see a preview and we get to see how this graph…will animate onto the slide.…So, I'll do that now,…and it animates onto the slide,…but the whole graph animates at the same time.…I want to see how we can make it so the different…parts of the graph animate separately.…So, what I'll need to do is, again,…
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