After the previous we have shared how to provide animation effects on our presentation. There’s another factor that can make our presentation look extra engaging to serve, it is called slide transition. Slide transitions are dealt with similarly from the “Transitions” tab. And here is a more detailed explanation of how to use transition slides
1 Open Powerpoint.
These methods may also work with comparable free software program, like Google Slides or OpenOffice Impress, however the button areas and choices might range.
2 Go to the “Transitions” tab.
That is located in the top menu bar and can show quite a lot of animated transition options and controls.
3 Choose the slide
where you need to add the transition. Your slides are displayed in a panel on the left side of the display screen. The chosen slide with have a highlighted border.
4 Choose a transition effect.
An indication of the transition effect will show when you choose it.
- Choose “None” on the left to take away a specific transition.
- A slide can only have one transition at a time.
5 Click on “Effect Options”.
This button is to the right of the transitions and can listing any modifications you can make to how the transition happens (such a the angle or direction of the effect).
6 Choose or Deselect “On Mouse Click”.
This checkbox seems to the right of the transitions in the “Timing” part of the toolbar. When chosen, the transition won’t happen till you click on the mouse to change slides.
- ”On Mouse Click” is chosen by default.
7 Adjust the transition length.
Click on the up and down arrows next to “Duration” in the “Timing” part to change the speed of the duration.
- A higher duration means a slower transition.
- This setting only adjusts the duration of the transition, not of the slide itself.
8 Select a sound effect.
Click on the “Sound” dropdown menu to the best of “Effect Options” to add a sound effect that may play through the transition impact.
- Select “No Sound” from the same menu to remove any added sound effect.
9 Click on “Preview”.
This button is on the left aspect of the Transitions tab and can show the transition and any added results for the selected slide.
You can also learn some tips in changing slide background using master slide, which give you many options in customize your presentation