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Unread 25-10-2007, 07:13 AM   #1
Powerless Point
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Animation and transition effects

What is the difference between animation and transition effects? When is it
appropriate to use them in your presentation?
 
Unread 25-10-2007, 07:13 AM   #2
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RE: Animation and transition effects

Custom Animation is a feature that contains a list of effects that you can
apply to objects to have them animate during the slide show. You can add them
through Slide Show > Custom Animation. (Or in PowerPoint 2007, click
Animation > Custom Animation). Also have a look at:
http://www.pptheaven.mvps.org/tutori...Animation.html

Slide transition as the name suggests, allows you to add effects onto the
slides when advancing from one to another. So for instance, when you have
finished presenting on slide 1, you can have it fade smoothly to slide 2.
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Shawn Toh (tohlz)
Microsoft MVP PowerPoint

Site Updated: Oct 20, 2007
(Amazing PowerPoint animations, artworks, games here)
http://pptheaven.mvps.org
PowerPoint Heaven - The Power to Animate


"Powerless Point" wrote:

> What is the difference between animation and transition effects? When is it
> appropriate to use them in your presentation?

 
Unread 25-10-2007, 07:13 AM   #3
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RE: Animation and transition effects

Thanks a bunch.

Sincerely,

Powerless Point

"tohlz" wrote:

> Custom Animation is a feature that contains a list of effects that you can
> apply to objects to have them animate during the slide show. You can add them
> through Slide Show > Custom Animation. (Or in PowerPoint 2007, click
> Animation > Custom Animation). Also have a look at:
> http://www.pptheaven.mvps.org/tutori...Animation.html
>
> Slide transition as the name suggests, allows you to add effects onto the
> slides when advancing from one to another. So for instance, when you have
> finished presenting on slide 1, you can have it fade smoothly to slide 2.
> --
> Shawn Toh (tohlz)
> Microsoft MVP PowerPoint
>
> Site Updated: Oct 20, 2007
> (Amazing PowerPoint animations, artworks, games here)
> http://pptheaven.mvps.org
> PowerPoint Heaven - The Power to Animate
>
>
> "Powerless Point" wrote:
>
> > What is the difference between animation and transition effects? When is it
> > appropriate to use them in your presentation?

 
Unread 25-10-2007, 07:14 AM   #4
tohlz
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RE: Animation and transition effects

Glad it helps.
--
Shawn Toh (tohlz)
Microsoft MVP PowerPoint

Site Updated: Oct 20, 2007
(Amazing PowerPoint animations, artworks, games here)
http://pptheaven.mvps.org
PowerPoint Heaven - The Power to Animate


"Powerless Point" wrote:

> Thanks a bunch.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Powerless Point
>
> "tohlz" wrote:
>
> > Custom Animation is a feature that contains a list of effects that you can
> > apply to objects to have them animate during the slide show. You can add them
> > through Slide Show > Custom Animation. (Or in PowerPoint 2007, click
> > Animation > Custom Animation). Also have a look at:
> > http://www.pptheaven.mvps.org/tutori...Animation.html
> >
> > Slide transition as the name suggests, allows you to add effects onto the
> > slides when advancing from one to another. So for instance, when you have
> > finished presenting on slide 1, you can have it fade smoothly to slide 2.
> > --
> > Shawn Toh (tohlz)
> > Microsoft MVP PowerPoint
> >
> > Site Updated: Oct 20, 2007
> > (Amazing PowerPoint animations, artworks, games here)
> > http://pptheaven.mvps.org
> > PowerPoint Heaven - The Power to Animate
> >
> >
> > "Powerless Point" wrote:
> >
> > > What is the difference between animation and transition effects? When is it
> > > appropriate to use them in your presentation?

 
 

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