How to make animations in PowerPoint. Presentations about a job can get boring, but one way to make your slides much more attractive is by using the PowerPoint animation. Animations are a great feature to make your presentation much more interactive.
In the following tutorial that we have created in ik4.es, let's edit a slide as an example. We must warn that working with animation in PowerPoint is a bit complicated, however, on the other hand, the end result is worth it.
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How to make animations in PowerPoint step by step
The first thing we need to know is how many objects will have the slide. In our tutorial we will use 3 objects to which we will give animation.
Object entry in PowerPoint
- Click on the «Animation" to see the animation panel.
- Our first animation will be in the main title: How to clean a car.
- Then click on the text box andlight one of the green animations, which are the input animations. Keep in mind that there are many animations, you just have to click on the option "Add animation".
- Next to the animation, a number which corresponds to the type of animation and its order. In this case we are only going to use one of the options.
Repeat the previous process for all those objects that you want to stop being static.
Now we just have to adjust our selection in the «Animation panel ».
- Click on the first animation and check the option «Add animation » After the above. Repeat the process with the others.
Exits of the object in PowerPoint
Now let's add the exit animations, which are the red ones.
To do this:
- Click in the title text box.
- Then click on «Add animation » and choose one of the red animations.
We repeat the process of "Start after the previous one" so we don't have to go through one by one. Remember to click to start the animation.
And this is the way make animations in PowerPoint. What was it worth the effort? Now it only remains for you to put it into practice with your PowerPoint. We recommend reading the article how to create a backup in PowerPoint so you do not lose the work done.