Animating other objects


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Animating other objects

Now that we've got the animation basics under our belt, we will make things a little more complex. We're going to animate our Sales chart in a neat way and then work on the Trivia template to build the suspense. To wrap up animation, we'll select the textbox and give it a little pep. Let's head to Slide # 16. With our balloon now animated, I'd like to make the R-9000's column rise to the top at the same time. We'll start by animating the entire chart. So let's select the chart and apply the same Fly In effect starting With Previous.

I'll hit Play to see how this turned out. You can see that they're happening at the same time, although remember that our balloons have a 4 second duration. I want you to recall that we can change how an object is animated by selecting it and clicking the Effect Options menu. Because we have a chart selected, we have some extra options that we didn't normally see. Right now the entire chart is animated as one object, but ...

Animating other objects
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Animating other objects provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint Tips and Tricks for Business Presentations

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Business
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PowerPoint
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