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PowerPoint 2013 For Dummies by Doug Lowe

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9

Animating Your Slides

In This Chapter

arrow Creating slide transitions

arrow Animating text

arrow Working with custom animations

arrow Setting animation timings

arrow Creating jiggle text

If you plan to run your presentation on your computer’s screen or on a computer projector, you can use (or abuse) a bagful of exciting onscreen PowerPoint animations. The audience members probably won’t be fooled into thinking that you hired Disney to create your slides, but they’ll be impressed all the same. Animations are just one more example of how PowerPoint can make even the dullest content look spectacular.

This chapter begins with slide transitions, which are not technically animations because they don’t involve movement of individual items on a slide. However, slide transitions are usually used in concert with animations to create presentations that are as much fun to watch as they are informative.

Using Slide Transitions ...

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