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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Triggering Animations

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You can control when an animation takes place by using an animation timing, clicking an object, or specifying a bookmark in a video (New!). The Trigger button on the Animations tab allows you to select an On Click of or On Bookmark item. Before you can use a bookmark to trigger an animation, you need to add a bookmark to a video in your presentation using the Playback tab under Video Tools when you select a video.

Trigger an Animation

1. In Normal view, select the slide object that has the animation you want to trigger.

2. Click the Animations tab.

3. Click the Trigger button, and then point to:

  • On Click of. Select the object you want to trigger the animation.

  • On Bookmark. Select the video bookmark you want to trigger the animation.

4. To see the animation effect, click the Slide Show button, and then click the object to trigger it.

5. To remove a trigger, click the Trigger button, point to On Click of or On Bookmark, and then select the trigger to deselect it.


 
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