Yes, we’ve all seen bullet-points Fly In (From Left), but there’s so much more to PowerPoint animation than that. Animation is a powerful tool in PowerPoint and not nearly as difficult to master as it might appear.
Watch these free tutorials to learn how to apply different types of PowerPoint animation effects and make your slides, and your message, come to life.
9th August - This PowerPoint tutorial looks at how to highlight objects on a slide in PowerPoint 2007 using a variety of different techniques to make specific elements on a slide stand out.PowerPoint Training
2nd August - This PowerPoint tutorial looks at how to manipulate objects using the spin animation effect in PowerPoint 2007. Learn visual PowerPoint design, free!PowerPoint Training
12th July - This Combining Animations PowerPoint tutorial looks at how to combine different animations to create a wider range of effects in PowerPoint 2007.PowerPoint Training
21st June - This Advanced Animation PowerPoint 2007 tutorial demonstrates how to use the advanced timeline functions to precisely time PowerPoint animations. PowerPoint Training
12th April - This Grow/Shrink Animations PowerPoint tutorial focuses on using animations in PowerPoint 2007 to increase or decrease the size of an object.PowerPoint Training
2nd November - This PowerPoint 2010 Animations tutorial explores how PowerPoint 2010 handles custom animations with a completely new layout.PowerPoint Training
29th October - This PowerPoint 2010 Slide Transitions tutorial investigates PowerPoint 2010′s full slide transitions and content-only transitions. PowerPoint Training
19th March - This Slide Transitions PowerPoint tutorial looks at the transitions between slides when delivering a presentation in PowerPoint 2007.PowerPoint Training
18th February - This Animating Autoshapes PowerPoint tutorial focuses on animating AutoShapes in PowerPoint 2007.PowerPoint Training
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The whole process was quick and easy. We’ve gone from using bullet points to using graphics in many different ways, to illustrate our messages. It’s a nice feeling to get up to present with slides that are more professionally produced.