Sometimes, in order to get your ideas across in a PowerPoint presentation, you need objects in a slide to build. You may need one object appear first then on a mouse click, have another object appear. In PowerPoint, this is referred to as animation.
To add custom animation to an object on a slide:
- Right click the object and click Custom Animation. The Custom Animation pane will appear on the right.
- Click the down arrow on the Add Effect.
- Point to one of the options. From the submenu that appears, click the type of effect you want to add.
- Use the drop down arrow to choose how the effect will start. For example, if you want the object to appear when you click the mouse button, choose On Click.
- Use the drop down arrow under Speed, to select the speed at which the effect should occur.
- Click the Play button to see a preview of how the effect will look in the presentation.
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