Learn PowerPoint 2007: Trigger Animations

Created: Monday, November 21, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



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When you are presenting, you may come across a scenario where you want to click on one slide object to animate some other object. Not only can you cause the click to trigger a typical animation of another slide object, but you can also trigger media events such as playing a sound or video clip. Not surprisingly, these types of animations are called Trigger animations — since they trigger an action for some other object. Trigger animations work only with On Click animation events applied to the animated object.

Learn how to use trigger animations that occur on the click of some other slide object in PowerPoint 2007.

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