Using Animate text and objects
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In this section, we’ll learn how to use animate text and objects for our powerpoint. You might ever heard that presentation video produced by powerpoint gotta make us bore, no interactive, make audience losing focused ..etc.. Now, not again. Just using powerpoint we can create very very interactive video. We can animate the text, pictures, shapes, tables, smartart graphics, and all of other objects in our MS Powerpoint presentation to give them visual effects, including entrances, exits, changes in size or color, and event movement. Note : Besides use animation we can use transitions as another way that we can add visual effects to our slide. See transition between slides.
What we’ll learn in this article ?
In this article we’ll learn :
- Introducing of animating, text and objects
- Add animation to an object
- Apply multiple animations effects to single object
- View a list of animation currently on the slide
- Set the effect options, timing, or order for an animation
- Test your animation effect
Introducing of animating text and objects
Now in our powerpoint we can apply animation effects :
- to text and objects on the slide master,
- to text or objects on individual slides,
- or to placeholders on custom slide layouts.
Why we use animation on our presentations ? Let’s imagine when we see and watch information video that just more text and image. Let’s see, this sample video :
Add animation to an object
To add an animation effect to an object, do the following:
1.Select the object that you want to animate.
o If you do not see the entrance, exit, emphasis, or motion path animation affect that you want, click More Entrance Effects, More Emphasis Effects, More Exit Effects, or More Motion Paths.
o After you have applied an animation to an object or text, the animated items are labeled on the slide with a non-printing numbered tag, displayed near the text or object. The tag appears only in Normal view when the Animations tab is selected or the Animation task pane is visible.
View a list of animations currently on the slide
You can view the list of all the animations on the slide in the Animation task pane. The Animation task pane shows important information about an animation effect, such as the type of effect, the order of multiple effects in relation to one another, the name of the object affected, and the duration of the effect.
To open the Animation task pane, on the Animations tab, in the Advanced Animation group, click Animation Pane.
1. In the task pane, numbers indicate the order in which the animation effects play. The numbers in the task pane correspond to the non-printing numbered tags that are displayed on the slide.
2. Timelines represent the duration of the effects.
3. Icons represent the type of animation effect. In this example, it is an Exit effect.
4. Select an item in the list to see the menu icon (down arrow), and then click the icon to reveal the menu.
• Effects appear in the Animation task pane in the order that you add them.
• You can also view the icons that indicate the start timing of the animation effects in relation to the other events on the slide. To view the start timing icons for all animations, click the menu icon next to an animation effect and select Hide Advanced Timeline.
• There are several types of icons that indicate the start timing of animation effects. Choices include the following:
o Start On Click (mouse icon, shown here): The animation begins when you click the mouse.
o Start With Previous (no icon): The animation effect starts playing at the same time as the previous effect in the list. This setting combines multiple effects at the same time.
o Start After Previous (clock icon): The animation effect begins immediately after the previous effect in the list finishes playing.
Set the effect options, timing, or order for an animation
• To set the effect options for an animation, on the Animations tab, in the Animation group, click the arrow to the right of Effect Options and click the option that you want.
• You can specify the start, duration, or delay timing for an animation on the Animations tab.
o To set the start timing for an animation, in the Timing group, click the arrow to the right of the Start menu and select the timing that you want.
o To set the duration of how long the animation will run, in the Timing group, enter the number of seconds that you want in the Duration box.
o To set a delay before the animation begins, in the Timing group, enter the number of seconds that you want in the Delay box.
• To reorder an animation in the list, in theAnimation task pane, select the animation that you want to reorder, and on the Animations tab, in the Timing group, under Reorder Animation, either select Move Earlier to make the animation occur before another animation in the list or select Move Later to make the animation occur after another animation in the list.
Test your animation effect
After you add one or more animation effects, to validate that they work, do the following:
• On the Animations tab, in the Preview group, click Preview.