Learn PowerPoint 2007: Show the Animation Advanced Timeline

Created: Wednesday, November 9, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



There’s so much you can do within the default Custom Animation task pane within PowerPoint 2007 — you can add animation to any slide object, change the animation event as required, and set the speed of the animation spanning all the way from Very Slow to Very Fast, choosing from several preset speeds available. Yet, there may be times when you want your animation to play for a time span that exceeds the preset time for the Very Slow or any other option. Or there may be two animations that start at the same time, but you want one of them to end just two seconds before the other. In situations like these, you’ll need to use the Advanced Timeline found within the Custom Animation task pane.

Explore how to make the Advanced Timeline visible within PowerPoint 2007.

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