Add Animation To An Object In PowerPoint 2007

Sometimes, in order to get your ideas across in a PowerPoint presentation, you need objects in a slide to build. You may need one object appear first, then on a mouse click, have another object appear. In PowerPoint, this is referred to as animation.

To add custom animation to an object on a slide:

  1. Select the object you want to animate.
  2. On the Animations tab, in the Animations group, click Custom Animation.
  3. Click Add Effect.
  4. Point to one of the animation options. From the submenu that appears, click the type of effect you want to add.
  5. Once you create the custom animation, you can also configure how it is applied to the object. Right-click the custom animation and click Effect Options.
  6. Configure the effect and timing options.

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  • hollie

    i need help on how to use flash animation! OR can you all post some flashing WELCOME signs an HEART signs that i can just copy and paste and they will actually falsh? or save them and add them to something i wish to use them on? im doing ICT DIDA and need animated things. no site i have been on is good. please will you send me links to some websites that are EXTREMLEY good for animated ojects?
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    thanks

  • Rich

    You taught me everything I needed to know before Microsoft’s tutorial page even loaded. Thank you.