PowerPoint executes all of the animations as sequence of occasions. Any object (textual content/picture/form) may be made seem, fly in because of click on or after impact of some motion. Any motion for instance a click on leads to subsequent animation or slide.
You’ll be able to’t simply bounce on to a specific occasion of your alternative or repeat an motion repeatedly. For instance what if you wish to keep on identical slide and show a picture repeatedly on click on on a textual content say “Who is founder of Microsoft”. In such eventualities the place it’s important to bypass sequencing or repeat actions whereas staying on the identical slide, PowerPoint triggers is the most suitable choice obtainable. Triggers can solely be set on some animation impact.
- Choose any textual content/object, apply some customized animation impact.
- Both double click on or proper click on the animation impact utilized(on customized animation sidebar).
- Click on on ‘timings’ tab, click on Triggers button and choose the radio button “Start effect on click of”.
- Choose the occasion on whose click on you need chosen animation to execute.
Video triggers in PowerPoint 2010
PowerPoint 2010 presents Video Triggers; a characteristic with which one can mark areas in a video (i.e. set bookmarks), after which set off animation sequences upon reaching these bookmarks on playback of the video. In easy phrases you may set some particular animation to run when a specific scene seems in video inserted in PowerPoint.
Picture by way of Microsoft PowerPoint Blog