If you have an animation in your PowerPoint presentation that’s moving simply a little too slow (or too quick), you can adjust the speed of the animation to match your wanted timing. Here’s how it’s done.
Choose the item in your slide that includes the animation. If you haven’t currently appointed one to your object, you can do so by choosing among the numerous choices in the “Animation” group of the “Animations” tab. We’ll appoint our image the “Grow & Turn” animation.
By default, the duration of the animation is set to one second. You can take a look at a preview of the animation by choosing “Preview” in the far left of the “Animations” tab.
Now that you’ve seen the animation, it’s time to change the speed. Still in the “Animations” tab, head over to the “Timing” group. Here, you’ll see the “Duration” choice. As we pointed out, you’ll see that it’s presently set for one second. Adjust the period (by 0.25 second increments) by choosing the up and down arrows in the duration box. Simply type the quantity of time in the box.
Now, when you play the animation, it will play out at the set duration.
As a great little aside, if you have numerous animations and have actually set them to start consequently by picking the “After Previous” start option, you can change the timing at which the next animation is carried out. To do so, adjust the “Delay” option (00.00 by default) to the preferred amount of time. This choice is also adjusted at 0.25 second increments.
When the very first animation plays out, the following animation will begin in the set amount of time.
If you haven’t currently appointed one to your things, you can do so by picking one of the numerous options in the “Animation” group of the “Animations” tab. Now that you’ve seen the animation, it’s time to adjust the speed. As a nice little aside, if you have several animations and have set them to begin consequently by selecting the “After Previous” start choice, you can adjust the timing at which the next animation is executed.
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