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PPT Graphic Animation

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by nickg96, Sep 12, 2003.

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  1. nickg96

    nickg96 Thread Starter

    Mar 18, 2003

    I'm using Ms PowerPoint '00.

    Does anyone know how to make graphics disappear off the screen with some type of animation? Basically, the ppt's current animations enable graphics to "fly" or "blind" onto the screen. I need to find a way to make those graphics "fly" or "blind" off of the screen.

    I know of the "hide after animation" and "hide after mouse click" already, but it is not what I'm looking for. When using those options, you need to animate the graphic "onto" the slide. I would like to have the graphic on the slide to begin with, and then animate it off the slide.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks for your time.
  2. Anne Troy

    Anne Troy

    Feb 14, 1999
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    Well, Nick. I sure thought there was a setting for that, but it does appear you're right. So here's your workaround:

    Create a second slide that looks like the first, but without your graphic. Click on the first slide and use slide transition (if you like) to move to the next slide. Otherwise, just let it do it on mouse click. Not sure if it's any better than the "hide..." options tho. Why do you think you need to animate the slide onto the graphic to use those options? It doesn't appear that way to me.
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