Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding Transitions and Animations
Additionally, depending on the animation type you
select, when you select Animations>Animations>
Effect Options, you see options for the effect. Take a
look at Figure 17-7, where you see not only the chart
options, but also options for the Spin animation.
Figure 17-6
Choosing a chart animation.
As One Object: This option applies the
animation choice to the entire chart.
By Series: This option applies the
animation to each data series, displaying
one data series at a time.
Figure 17-7
Choosing animation options.
By Category: This option applies the
animation to each category, displaying
one category at a time.
Rehearsing Timings
Why should you rehearse your slide show? Just as
actors must repeatedly rehearse their roles, you
should rehearse your presentation. The more you
rehearse, the more comfortable you become with
the task. Besides making you more comfortable,
rehearsing can help you examine the amount of
time you spend on each slide. If you have only a
specified amount of time, you can determine if
your presentation is too short or too long. It also
lets you look at each individual slide timing and
helps you determine if a particular slide is
necessary or whether it would be better served if
combined with another slide.
By Element in Series: This option
applies the animation individually to
each data marker in each series.
By Element in Category: This option
applies the animation individually to
each data marker by category.
5. Hover your mouse over any option to see
its effect on your chart, and then make a
selection.
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