Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Adding Transitions and Animations
Chapter 17
Presenting Your Presentation
Animating Bulleted Lists
Often when giving a presentation using a bulleted
list, one point leads into another. By applying
animations to certain bullets, you can talk about the
main slide items, and then with a click of the
mouse illustrate the secondary slide list items.
Animating a Chart by
Components
If you use charts in your presentation, you can
animate the chart series or the chart categories. For
example, if you have a bar chart that shows the
number of clients you have in each of your four
stores, you could choose to display one store at a
time. The following steps show you how to apply
an animation effect to a chart:
1.
If necessary, switch to Normal view by
choosing View>Presentation Views>Normal and
display a slide with bulleted text.
1.
If necessary, switch to Normal view by
choosing View>Presentation Views>Normal and
display a slide with a chart.
2. Select the bullet list component and choose
Animations>Animations.
3. Click the More button and select an
animation.
2. Select the chart you want to animate and
choose Animations>Animations.
4. Click Animations>Animations>Effect
Options. You can have the bullets all arrive at
once, or by the first level paragraphs. With
the latter option, the next level arrives when
you click the mouse or a specific timing
interval occurs. See Figure 17-5.
3.
Click the More button and select an animation.
Animation Indicator
Slides with animations display with a
number on them but the number does not print
or display during a slide show.
4. Choose Animations>Animations>Effect
Options. The actual options you see depend
on the chart type. For example, a column
chart shows all options but a pie chart only
lists two of them. See Figure 17-6.
Figure 17-5
Animating bulleted lists.
Remove Animation
To remove an animation, select the object
and choose Animations>Animations>
More>None.
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