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Animated Slides: Flow of Electricity

A participant in one of my training sessions wanted to create a simple animation that shows the flow of elecricity through a thin tube — this presentation was created as a result of that question. Each animated tube is actually a long rectangle placed one over the other — and only the top one is animated with a wipe animation. A small shape such as a circle or rounded rectangle was animated simultaneously on a Motion Path to sync with the wipe — you could even use the lightning bolt shape within PowerPoint’s shapes instead of a circle!

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Categories: animation, animation, presentation_samples

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