Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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7.
Specify your animation settings in the Custom Animation
pane. Choose how you want your animation to start.
Also specify the direction and speed of the animation
movement, as shown in Figure 14-5.
8.
Click Play, at the bottom of the pane, to preview the
effect on your displayed slide, as shown in Figures 14-6
and 14-7. Note the timeline that appears when you play
your effects to demonstrate your timing.
9.
Click Slide Show, at the bottom of the pane, to play the
presentation from your displayed slide forward.
10.
To edit an animation, select the effect from the list and
click Change. Then follow Steps 5 through 7 in this list.
11.
To delete an animation effect, select it and click Remove.
You can apply animations not only to text and objects, but even
diagrams and charts. And remember, objects can consist of AutoShapes,
clip art, photos, sounds, and movies.
Figure 14-6: The graphic is still . . .
Photo Credit: PhotoSpin
You can also animate individual elements of a chart by selecting them
in your chart and applying an effect. Then click the down arrow to
the right of the effect and, from the context menu, choose Effect
Options. Click the Chart Animation or Diagram Animation tab. From
the Group chart or Group diagram drop-down list, select an option,
such as By Series or By Category. The options you see depend on
the type of chart or diagram.
Figure 14-7: . . . and then swivels
Photo Credit: PhotoSpin
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