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Set timing for animations
Set timing for animations
The timing options for animations are in the Timing group on the Animations tab.
Three timing options can be configured for each animation: Start, Duration, and Delay.
The timing options are also expressed visually in the Animation pane.
There are three Start options: On Click, With Previous, and With Next. On Click runs the
animation when the presenter gives the signal to advance, or clicks a specific trigger
object on the slide. With Previous starts the animation at the same time as the
preceding animation (or in the case of the first animation, immediately after the slide appears).
With Next runs the animation and starts the next animation or action when the
presenter gives the signal. The most common use for this setting is to run the final animation on
the slide and then immediately transition to the next slide.
As with transitions, the Duration is the length of time from the beginning to the end of
an animation effect. The Delay is the length of time PowerPoint waits after the trigger
signal to play the animation.
Tomanuallytriggeraselectedanimation
1. On the Animations tab, in the Timing group, in the Start list, click On Click .
2. To trigger the animation by clicking a specific object, in the Advanced Animation
group, click Trigger , click On Click of , and then click the trigger object.
Toautomatethestartoftheselectedanimation
In the Timing group, in the Start list, click With Previous .
Toautomatetheactionaftertheselectedanimation
In the Timing group, in the Start list, click After Previous .
Tochangethedurationofananimation
In the Timing group, enter the number of seconds you want the animation to
continue in the Duration box.
Todelaythestartofananimation
In the Timing group, enter the number of seconds you want to delay the animation
in the Delay box.
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