Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Choosing a style of exit animation effects, part of PowerPoint: Builds Transitions Animations and Effects.
…Let's go to the last slide here, and select…the object and you'll note, that they're still split apart.…In this case, I want to treat this as one object, so I could…do that by selecting everything and under…the format controls, I'll choose Group Objects.…Now, this will be modified as a single item.…Let's go back to Animations and take a look at some of the exit animations.…I'll pull this out of the way, so you can see it.…And lots of cool options.…Now, I've got that.…
And I like how it leaves the screen.…It's similar to how it enters.…However, in the middle here, I'm not happy with this animation,…so instead of using an emphasis animation, let's use a custom animation.…I'll select these.…And remove these effects.…Let's start here with the first one, and come down to Motion Paths.…And you see that we can add, different elements.…Now, not all of these are going to work.…
But you can customize them as well.…It's interesting how they move.…You'll note that some of these return to the beginning place, while others move.…
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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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