Monday, February 1, 2010

Create Animation on Power Point

There are two kind of animation on Power Point, and Object animation and Animate Diagram or Organization Chart. How to animate this? Basically the principle and the tool use to animate the two kind of those object are the same.

The first time you must create your texts or object or organization chart you want to animate. After you create using power point design and power point layout, you can animate using this procedure:

  • In normal view, display the slide that has the texts you want to animate.
  •  If you only want to apply the animation scheme to a few slides, click slides tab, and select the slides you want.
  • On the Slide Show menu, click Animation Schemes.
  • On the Slide Design task pane, under Apply to selected slides, click an animation scheme in the list.
  • If you want to apply the scheme to all slides, click the Apply to All slides button.
To apply a custom animation to text and object, follow this step:
  • In normal view, display the slide that has the text or objects you want to animate.
  • Select the object you want to animate.
  • On the Slide Show menu, click Custom Animation.
In the Custom Animation task pane, click Add Effect, and do one or more of the following:
  • If you want to make the text or object enter the slide show presentation with an effect, point to Entrance and then click an effect.
  • If you want to add an effect to text or an object that is on the slide, point to Emphasis and then click an effect.
  • If you want to add an effect to text or an object that makes it leaves the slide at some point, point to Exit and then click an effect.
  • If you want to add an effect that makes an object move in a specified pattern, point to Motion Paths and then click an effect.
  • Add Motion Path to Animation Text, object or Chart.
  • In normal view, display the slide that has the text or object you want to create a motion path for.
  • Select the text item or object you want to animate. For text items, you can select a placeholder or paragraph (including a bullet). 
  •  If the Custom Animation task pane is not displayed, on the Slide Show menu, click Custom Animation.
In the Custom Animation task pane, click Add Effect, point to Motion Paths, and do one of the following:
  • Click a preset path or click More Motion Paths to choose from more options
  •  Click Freeform to draw a path with both curved and straight segments. Drag to draw freehand shapes; click and move the mouse to draw straight lines.
  •  Click Scribble and drag to draw a path that looks more like it was drawn with a pen or to create smooth curves.
  • Click Line and drag to draw a straight path.
  • Click Curve and click where you want the curved path to start, and then continue to move the mouse and click wherever you want to add a curve.
In the Custom Animation task pane, in the Custom Animation List, click the animated text item that you want.

Click the arrow, click Effect Options, and then do one or more of the following:
  • If you want to animate by letter, on the Effect tab, in the Animate text list, click By Letter.
  •  If you want to animate by word, on the Effect tab, in the Animate text list, click By word.
  • If you want to animate by paragraph level or bullet, on the Text Animation tab, in the Group Text list, click an option.
  • If you want to delay in action between letter, word, or paragraph animations, on the Timing tab, enter a number in the Delay box.
  • To animate the text all at once, on the effect tab, in the Animate text list, click As one object.
To animate a diagram or graph use the similar ways of the above procedures, but to animate elements of diagram or graph you must ungroup first of graph elements and then create animation on that each elements or group diagram. After you ungroup of these graph elements you can create an animation to diagram elements by click the Effect Options, then on the Diagram Animation tab, in Group Diagram list, click an option.

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