How to use Animation Pane in MS PowerPoint?
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The Animation pane allows you to look at and manage all the effects that are on the present slide. You can modify and reorder effects directly from the Animation pane, which is particularly useful once you have several effects.
Step 1: From the Animations tab, click the Animation Pane command.
Step 2: The Animation pane will open on the proper side of the window. It will show all the effects for the present slide in the order they will appear.
Steps for reorder effects from the Animation pane
Step 1: Click on the Animation pane, click and drag an effect up or down.
Step 2: The effects will reorder.
Steps for preview effects from the Animation pane
Step 1: From the Animation pane, click the Play button.
Step 2: The effects for the present slide will play. On the side of the Animation pane, you’ll be able to see a timeline that shows the progress through each effect.
Effect options dialog box
From the Animation pane, you’ll access the Effect Options dialog box, which contains more advanced options you’ll use to fine-tune your animations.
Steps to open the Effect Options dialog box:
Step 1: Click on the Animation pane then, select an effect. A drop-down arrow will appear next to the effect.
Step 2: Click the drop-down arrow, and choose Effect Options. The Effect Options dialog box will appear.
Step 3: From here, we can add various enhancements to the effect:
- Sound: This will add a sound effect to the animation.
- After animation: This changes the color after the animation is over.
- Animate text: If you’re animating text, you’ll prefer to animate it all at once, one word at a time, or one letter at a time.
To change the effect timing:
Step 1: From the Effect Options dialog box, select the Timing tab.
Step 2: From here, you’ll add a delay before the effect starts, change the duration of the effect, and control whether the effect repeats.
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