Chapter 8: Add sound and movement to slides
TIP The Animation Painter is similar to the Format Painter. If you click the Animation Painter button one time, you can copy the formatting to one other object. If you double-click the Animation Painter button, you can copy the formatting to many other objects, until you click the button again or press Esc to deactivate it.
To preview animations
1. Do any of the following:
● ● To preview all animations on a slide in order, on the Animations tab, in the Preview group, click the Preview button. ● ● To preview a specific animation and those that follow, in the Animation Pane , click the first animation, and then click the Play From button. ● ● To preview one animation, select the animation on the slide and then, in the Animation Pane , click the Play Selected button. To remove animation effects from slide objects 1. Do either of the following in the Animation Pane : ● ● To remove one animation, right-click the animation, and then click Remove . ● ● To remove all animations, click any animation, press Ctrl+A to select all the animations, and then press Delete . Customize animation effects Many presentations don’t require much in the way of animation, and you might find that transitions and ready-made animation effects will meet all your animation needs. However, for those occasions when you want a presentation with pizzazz, you can customize the animation effects.
TIP Animations can be useful for self-running presentations, where there is no presenter to lead the audience from one concept to another.
After you apply an animation effect, you can fine-tune its action in the following ways:
■ ■ Specify the direction, shape, or sequence of the animation. (The options vary depending on the type of animation you apply.) ■ ■ Specify what action will trigger the animation. For example, you can specify that clicking a different object on the slide will animate the selected object.
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