Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Building elements in a chart, part of PowerPoint: Builds, Transitions, Animations, and Effects.
…So, if we want to build elements of a chart, it's a good…idea to check that your chart is updated to the latest version of PowerPoint.…This particular chart I imported from an older version of…PowerPoint, and it maintained the visual look of the chart.…But it's not exactly right, so let's edit it and…update it to the current version of PowerPoint that I'm using.…I'll select the chart here and double-click.…What I want to do is convert it.…Now, you see that a slight change happens.…So we can adjust this…and even increase the area.…
All right.…Position that within, and that looks visually similar to my previous results.…Now, with the chart selected, under animations.…Let's choose a simple type here.…And from the entrance effects I'm going to use float up.…And click OK.…Right now the whole unit comes on all at once, but if…we look under effect options here you see we have lots of choices.…So, let's go by series.…
And you see that the two different numbers come on together.…Clicking to expand the contents here in the…
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- Choosing a style of animation
- Revealing text and charts
- Setting custom timing
- Playing a video
- Adding sound
- Using transitions between slides
Skill Level Appropriate for all
PowerPoint 2013 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton3h 19m Appropriate for all
1. The Goal of Animation
2. Animation Essentials
3. Chart Animation
Refining build order2m 24s
4. Advanced Animation
5. Slide Transitions
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