Bring Your Presentations to Life: How to Move Objects with Stunning Animations in PowerPoint

How to add animation to PowerPoint Animation.

  1. Open PowerPoint and create a new slide. Insert an object that you want to move, such as a shape or an image.
  2. Click on the object to select it. Then, go to the “Animations” tab in the PowerPoint ribbon.
  3. In the “Animations” tab, click on “Add Animation”. This will open a dropdown menu with various animation options.
  4. Choose the animation effect that you want to apply to the object. For example, you could choose “Custom Path” (PowerPoint version 2019-365) to make the object appear on the slide, or “Move” to move the object from one part of the slide to another.
  5. Once you’ve chosen an animation effect, you can customize the animation settings. For example, you can adjust the direction and speed of the animation, or add a delay before the animation starts.
  6. To preview the animation, click on the “Preview” button in the “Animations” tab. This will show you what the animation will look like when you play the slide.
  7. If you want to add additional animations to the same object, repeat steps 3-6. For example, you could add a second animation to make the object disappear from the slide after it has moved.
  8. Once you’re happy with the animations, save the PowerPoint slide and play it in presentation mode to see the animations in action.

Follow instruction below:

  1. Insert object – click Animation tab – Add Animation

Choose Custom Path

Drag the line from object

Then copy paste 3 object.

Overlaps each object.

Click on Animation Pane – click small arrow – Timing

Setting each object, follow images above. Change the START and Delay only. Click on Slideshow to see the animation movement.

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