Animating photos


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Animating photos

We've seen how animation can help liven up a Bulleted List, now let's see how we can make photos look even better. Now, when I say photos, keep in mind that I mean any graphical object; it doesn't have to be a picture of a landscape. We'll start with the balloons on Slide number 16, our Quarterly Sales chart. I want the balloons to rise up from the bottom of the screen. After selecting the object, I'll activate the Animations tab and choose the Fly In Effect. The default is to Fly Up, but just in case you ever need to change the direction, you can use this menu.

Our balloons are way too fast, so we'll adjust the speed here under Duration to 4 seconds. I also want them to begin animating as soon as the slide appears. So I'll change the Start from On Click to After Previous. Let's press Shift+F5 and see how this turned out, and there's our animated balloons. Let's continue the animation trend on Slide 12, our Warehouse map. I'd love for the map it...

Animating photos
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Animating photos 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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