PowerPoint Transitions are extremely useful in emphasizing the change from the previous to the next slide. We have already seen how to learn all the transitions quickly. In this article, we discuss how to apply transition to multiple slides and see the results.
I posted this blog article about flying a plane using PowerPoint few days back.
Just realized that all the effort I put in to animate that thing is not necessary!
The new Morph feature makes it possible with few clicks.
This feature is a part of Office Insider program. It is like the beta version of next update to Office.
Even if you may not have this feature right now, it is worth seeing how much Microsoft is trying to make our lives easier. It is just a video this time. No detailed steps (because most customers do not have it yet).
Morph Tutorial Update
I have posted another blog on Powerpoint Morph Tutorial. Do read through and let me know your feedbacks. Thanks.
Powerpoint transitions should be used to emphasize some change from pervious slide to next slide. Usually the changes are opposite – before/after, less/more, negative/positive, problem/solution etc. But there are transitions which are useful when there is continuity rather than dramatic change. Here is an example: How to show your product range – one product at a time…
Want to impress your friends and also learn in the process? Here is a nice demo. Presentation is attached. Just use it and show off
Office 2010 added some nice transitions in PowerPoint. Here is how to use the Ripple effect in appropriate business context.
What is the context?
You are trying to describe how one key area will have a ripple effects on other areas…
That is when you use this method.
- Create a radial diagram showing the key area in the center and other areas affected by it as radiating objects
- Copy the slide
- In the first slide, remove everything except the key concept
- Use the Ripple transition on the second slide
- That’s it
Download the sample presentation from here
Download, save and run it to see the impact.
It is impossible to show it in a static screen-shot!