Learn PowerPoint: Changing an Animation

Created: Friday, June 5, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:58 am



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Many times, users just remove an animation and apply another one instead. The need to change an animation may arise for several reasons: You realize that another animation type would work better in a given slide, or you want to make all animations across the entire presentation consistent, or you want to use a more subtle or exciting animation. Whatever your need may be, you need to remove an animation, and then add another one — PowerPoint’s Change animation option makes this a one-click step.

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