Learn PowerPoint 2010: Emphasis Animations

Created: Tuesday, March 27, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:30 am



Among the four animation types in PowerPoint, we have already explored Entrance animations. The second type of animation is called Emphasis animation, and this animation type determines how the slide object moves while it is on the slide. For example, you can change a text object’s font size, make it spin, or even cause it to flicker. Of course, animation effects such as changing font size, spin, or flicker are just a few of the many Emphasis animation effects in PowerPoint.

Explore Emphasis animations in PowerPoint 2010.

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