Learn PowerPoint 2010: Animation Delay

Created: Tuesday, May 15, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



Once you add animation to any slide object, you can set its animation speed and change its animation event. Other than speed and event, you can also alter the delay caused before the animation actually starts. So why would you add a delay? There are several reasons and primarily a delay can be beneficial if you want to maintain a time limit between two animations — as in having the second animation occur 10 seconds after the first one has concluded. Of course, that was just a simple example and animation delay can be helpful in many other scenarios. This delay is calculated in seconds.

Learn about Animation Delay, a new option introduced in PowerPoint 2010.

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