Most PowerPoint users add transitions to slides, but most users do not take advantage of all of the extra features for working with transitions. This video explores how to easily add transitions to multiple slides and make quick changes to transitions on several slides at the same time. We also take a close look at the additional options for adjusting the timing, look, and other aspects of transitions.
- [Instructor] In this week's PowerPoint Tips,…I want to take a close look at slide transitions.…Lots of people use slide transitions but not everybody…uses all of the options that are available.…I want to start by selecting my first slide…so I'll just click on my first slide over here on the left.…When you apply a transition to a slide, you are establishing…the transition that will appear…in the beginning of that slide.…So if you apply transition to the first slide,…you're setting how that first slide will…transition on screen when you start your presentation.…
Transitions determine how an entire slide…will animate on the screen…and they are different from builds which determine…how individual objects on a slide will animate on screen.…This movie focuses on transitions which are…controlled by the Transitions ribbon.…Builds will be covered in a different PowerPoint Tips movie…and those are controlled in the Animations ribbon.…So, to apply a slide transition, we'll select the slide,…then go to the Transitions ribbon, and then I can choose…
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PowerPoint 2016: Audio and Video In Depthwith Garrick Chow2h 12m Intermediate
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