Animated Slide: Spinning Snowflakes

Created: Monday, February 6, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am

Three snowflakes that move randomly with the breeze in PowerPoint – actually a clever combination of multiple animations and setting their timings make this look so random! We used the Spin, Grow and Shrink, and a Spiral motion path to create the effect. All colors used are Theme aware – so if you move this slide to another presentations, the colors may change! We used PowerPoint 2010 to create this presentation, and it works best in either that version or in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac.

You can download and use this slide for your own presentations — but please do let our credit link remain so that others can also know where the slides originated from.

Categories: animation, powerpoint, presentation_samples

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  • I've used animated videos in the past for displaying lyrics and the likes to audiences (during public singing in church). This is a nice addition, thanks.

  • You will find many more animated slides at PowerPoint Presentation Bank.

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