This is a common requirement. From drawing board to finished product or from a sketch to a real building. Let me show you how to do this with just the finished product image. Simple, but extremely impressive. It also shows the effort involved in converting an idea into reality. (Reading time 3 min, Practice time 12 min)
This is applicable only if you have installed Office 365 Pro Plus version of Office 2013. It is a great new feature which will help you create annotated, self running presentations – which can be used as training material. Here is how you do it.
Download this colorful animated presentation and find out how it was done.
The end result is simple. But the process is complex. Learn it and use it to your advantage. This can be called “Reverse Animation”. Sophisticated impact, but simple to do – once you know the secrets!
This is a short post but with a big impact. You will wonder why you did not know this earlier. Brilliant new option added since PowerPoint 2010.
Let us dive straight into it and see how it can spruce up your presentations.
Shapes and lines can be made transparent easily by increasing the transparency of the fill / line color. This setting simply does not exist for pictures and videos.
Here is how you can do it – using the transparency emphasis effect.
This is the culmination of what we have learnt about PowerPoint animation. Now it is your turn to answer this quiz and earn instant rewards.
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While presenting charts, it is good to have control over what you are going to show next. If the entire chart is shown, the audience interprets it the way they want and may interrupt your narrative.
To avoid that, learn this amazingly powerful feature, which is rotting deep down inside PowerPoint for almost 20 years now
This is the continuation of PowerPoint animation series. Read the earlier three articles before trying this one.
Understand PowerPoint animation concepts in 10 minutes
Explore PowerPoint animation in 20 min
The Animation Pain (oops… Pane)
In this article we take a practical scenario – a car race – and learn how to animate in greater detail. This exercise will give you more confidence and control over the process of converting your thought process to high-impact animation.