4. Switch back to Normal view, display slide 2 , and then click anywhere in the bul- leted list on the left. 5. Display the Animation Pane . Right-click animation 1 , and then click Effect Options to open the Circle dialog box. 6. In the Circle dialog box, do the following:
Apply the Chime sound.
● ● Dim the text color to Red after the animation.
Animate the text by letter.
● ● Set the duration to 3 seconds (Slow) . 7. Watch the effects of your changes to the animation effects. The Shape animation doesn’t work very well with the selected effect options, so let’s adjust them. 8. On the slide, click the left content placeholder. Notice that in the Animation Pane, all the animations for the bullet points in the placeholder are selected. 9. Apply the Float In entrance animation to the entire placeholder, and then dis- play the effect options. 10. In the Float Up dialog box, do the following: ● ● Set the duration to 1 seconds (Fast) . 11. Preview the animations, and make any additional adjustments you want to your custom animation effects. 12. Copy the animation effects of the bullet points on the left to those on the right. 13. Switch to Reading view, and then click the Next button to display the animated bullet points on slide 2. 14. When all the bullet points are visible and dimmed to red, press the Esc key to return to Normal view. 15. Save and close the presentation. ● ● Apply the Chime sound. ● ● Dim the text color to Red after the animation. ● ● Animate text by letter.
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