Adding an animation to any slide object imparts movement of some sort to that object, and draws the attention of the audience. Of course, you can tweak the animation event, the speed of the animation, and also the delay time before the animation happens. In this tutorial, we’ll explore how you can add sound to an animation — the combination of movement and sound makes it compelling for your audience to focus on the object that is being animated — but again, this sort of pizzazz only works if you use it sparingly to highlight the most important part of your presentation. Animation sounds play along with the animation — it is important that you use the perfect sound type for any animation — using clapping or blasting sounds is very cliché. Now that we have made you aware about the benefits and caveats of using sounds within animations in PowerPoint, let us go ahead and learn how to do so.
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