Learn PowerPoint: Ungroup Tables in PowerPoint 2003

Created: Tuesday, September 8, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:09 am



Tables can be animated within PowerPoint — but either the entire table can be animated — or nothing! Yes, that’s a case of extremes — either you have it all or don’t have it. To get over this problem, the workaround is to ungroup the table so that your table gets converted to a collection of shapes — and then you can animate every individual shape as you want.

Learn how you can ungroup tables in PowerPoint 2003 here…

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