Learn PowerPoint 2010: Adding an Animation

Created: Friday, March 16, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



In one of our previous tutorials, we explored what animation is, and guidelines to follow before you add an animation to a slide object within PowerPoint. PowerPoint allows you to animate any slide object that can be selected on your slide — these include pictures, shapes, text, bulleted lists, SmartArt graphics, charts, etc. Once the animation is applied to your slide object, you can tweak how the objects on your slides appear, move, and disappear. However, you must first add an animation to the slide object.

Learn how to add animation to a slide object in PowerPoint 2010.

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