This video takes a deep look at controlling how individual elements on a slide animate onto the screen. Take a look at the Animation Pane, which gives easy control over timing, order, and other aspects of animated builds.
- [Instructor] In this week's PowerPoint Tips Weekly,…we're going to talk about taking control…over animated builds.…You may already know that you can add…animated builds to any object on a slide.…All you need to do is, of course, select that slide,…then select the object that you want to animate,…then you can go to the Animations ribbon…and select one of these animated effects.…So if I choose Fly In, it gives me…a quick preview of how that would look.…Now, when this presentation plays,…that object will animate onto the slide…with the Fly In effect.…
Simple enough, but things get more complicated…when you need to have several objects…animate onto the same slide,…and the key to simplifying that process…is the Animation Pane, and that can be found here,…in the Animations ribbon.…We're looking for this button for the Animation Pane.…Click on that and it opens up this pane…over here on the right side,…and this gives you complete control…over the order and timing of your animations.…So I can see the one build that I've already applied…
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PowerPoint 2016: Audio and Video In Depthwith Garrick Chow2h 12m Intermediate
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