How to Apply Multiple Animation Effects Into Microsoft Powerpoint Presentations
The more animation effects are applied, the more complex your Microsoft Powerpoint presentations becomes. Bearing this in mind, take an objective look at the design elements in your presentation and prioritise the use of animation effects sparingly. You may notice that certain design elements require more than one animation effect in order to make it work. Here’s how you can apply multiple animation effects into your Microsoft Powerpoint Presentations:
Typical elements you can apply more than one powerpoint animation effect to includes text, objects, pictures, SmartArt graphics and more.
To begin adding multiple animations to a particular object in your Microsoft Powerpoint presentations, you will need to begin with the animation pane. In order to access it, locate the Animations tab in your Microsoft Powerpoint software and choose the animation pane. This will open it up and you will then be able to select add animation to pick your first animation effect.
By selecting the powerpoint animation effect, it would be applied to your object. Now that you have a first animation effect, you can continue adding more powerpoint animation effects to your object. Click on add animation again to choose another powerpoint animation effect. Complete this process until all necessary Microsoft Powerpoint animation effects are added in.
Further improve your Microsoft Powerpoint presentations by setting a start and length of your animation effects. You can do so by searching for the timing option that if located in the animation effect animation pane. Select the start button and choose the necessary start times you want. You can decide how you want to trigger the animation effect in your Microsoft Powerpoint presentations in different formats like: playing on click (mouse), playing in the same time as the previous animation (pick with previous), playing after the previous (play after previous) and more.
In cases where there are playing orders present in your Microsoft Powerpoint projects, you will be prompted to set the timing/delay and duration of your animation effects. Regularly check how your animation effects work together by looking through the preview of your animation tab.