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Add Animation Effects
Add Animation Effects
You can use PowerPoint’s animation effects to add visual interest to your presentation. For
example, if you want your audience to notice a company logo on a slide, you might apply an
animation effect to that logo.
You can use four different types of animation effects: entrance effects, emphasis effects, exit effects,
and motion paths. You can add any of these effects to any slide object. You can also change the
direction of your animations. To avoid overwhelming your audience, limit animations to slides in
which the effects will make the most impact.
Add Animation Effects
Add an Animation Effect
1 Click to display the
presentation in Normal view.
2 Click the slide containing the
object to which you want to
apply an effect.
3 Click the object.
You can assign an animation to
any object on a slide, including
text boxes, shapes, and pictures.
4 Click the Animations tab.
A You can click and to
scroll through the available
animation effects or click to
view the gallery of animation
effects.
5 Click an animation effect.
B PowerPoint applies the effect
and displays a numeric
indicator for the effect.
C You can click the Preview
button to preview the effect.
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