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Learn PowerPoint: What is Animation?

In my continuing series that teaches you PowerPoint, I added this article that is relevant to all versions of PowerPoint — it’s an introduction to animation.

In the simplest sense, animation is something that makes slide objects move on a slide. And slide objects can be anything on a slide, these include text, pictures, charts, SmartArt graphics, shapes, even movie clips.

In this series of learning tutorials, I’ll show you how you can add animation — and then remove, change, reorder, and sequence animation. You’ll learn more about the types of animation, and animation speed too.

Learn more here…

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