Adding Animations in PowerPoint Microsoft 365

PowerPoint Microsoft 365    |    Intermediate
  • 8 videos | 37m 17s
  • Includes Assessment
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This 8-video course explores how to use animation to create a visually interesting presentation by using PowerPoint for Office 365. Learners can observe how to add animations to objects in slides, including shapes, images, and text boxes. You will also learn how to customize animations, to change how animation is activated, and to modify it. This course demonstrates how to use the Animations tab to add sounds, color, and text effects to your animations. You will learn to use the Create Animation tool to create a custom path animation or to insert a motion path animation from the Animation gallery. This course continues by demonstrating how the Master View can add animations to most or all of your presentation, without having to re-create the same animation multiple times, and how to use the Animation Painter to apply the same animation to multiple objects. You will learn to create transitions between slides. Finally, observe how to add smoother, more dynamic video-like transitions to your presentations by adding a Morph transition to your slides.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Add animations to your presentation
    Configure an animation
    Customize an animation
    Create a path animation
  • Manage multiple animations
    Add, reuse & delete animations in multiple slides
    Create transitions between different slides
    Apply morph transitions to your slides

IN THIS COURSE

  • 4m 43s
    If you want to make your PowerPoint presentation more fluid and dynamic, or if you simply want to make a particular item in your presentation stand out, you can add an animation.  FREE ACCESS
  • 4m 42s
    Once you have inserted an animation, you can begin to customize it. In PowerPoint, you can modify the basic effects, adjust the duration and delay and even create a trigger. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Customizing an animation in PowerPoint Microsoft 365
    5m 38s
    Customizing the animation you have chosen to insert will make your presentation appear more dynamic and fluid. PowerPoint gives you the option of adding sounds, color and text effects to your animations. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Creating a path animation in PowerPoint Microsoft 365
    4m 45s
    If you would like to personalize your slide show animations even further, you can make your own using the create animation tool to create path animations. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Managing multiple animations in PowerPoint Microsoft 365
    3m 56s
    If your presentation contains multiple animations, you can manage them all at the same time using the Animation Pane. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Adding & reusing animations in multiple slides in PowerPoint Microsoft 365
    5m 10s
    If you'd like to add animations to most or all of your presentation, you can do so from the master view so that you don't have to recreate the same animation multiple times. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Creating transitions between slides in PowerPoint Microsoft 365
    4m 42s
    Another way of making your PowerPoint presentation more dynamic is to insert transitions between individual slides. These transitions are highly customizable: you can adjust the animation style, the speed and even how the transition is activated. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Applying Morph transitions in PowerPoint Microsoft 365
    3m 42s
    You can add smoother, more dynamic, video-like transitions to your presentations by adding a Morph transition to your slides. The Morph transition tool is only available to Office 365 users with a qualifying installation. See how to apply and manage your Morph transitions in PowerPoint. FREE ACCESS

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