Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Revealing a bulleted list, part of PowerPoint: Builds, Transitions, Animations, and Effects.
…A very common animation is the revealing of text in a bulleted list.…Now I use bulleted lists a lot in my presentations,…but I try to keep them short and to the point.…The use of a build is a great way to control the pacing.…On this slide, I have a single list.…And right now I'm dissatisfied that the text is wrapping.…So by expanding the width of the text block, I can get it so that it wraps a…bit better, and avoids the single word wrapping down to the next line.…
Under Animations, let's take a look at some of our choices.…Now, choosing Float In brings each one up,…and that's fine.…You'll note that it automatically broke them apart.…If we look at this, we can see how that split it apart into different builds.…Under Effect Options here, is where you can set the direction.…Also this controls whether it builds as a single group.…As one object, although in this case it appears quite similar.…Or by paragraph, which is every single line break.…The difference here of One Object and All at Once are…subtle, but really come into play when you're using paragraphs of text.…
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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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