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PowerPoint Animation. Linda Smith. Proving Your Point. To Both Sides of the Brain. Making the Point.

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Powerpoint animation

PowerPoint Animation

Linda Smith


Proving your point

Proving Your Point

To Both Sides of the Brain


Making the point

Making the Point

  • Some people type every word they are going to say on a slide in a PowerPoint presentation. While words can be very powerful and effective too many of them on one page can cause distraction and an occasional yawn or two. Regardless of the content the audience will lose interest when having to stare at slide after slide of text. It is better not to have a PowerPoint presentation at all if the audience is expected to follow word after word of text being read to them. So why not appeal to both sides of the brain? A great way to keep an audience engaged and stimulated may be just a few words and added graphics to bring the point home. Office 2010 PowerPoint has the capacity to bring a PowerPoint to life.

life.

life.

life.

life.

life.

life.

life.

life.


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Cerebral Cortex

Cerebellum

Capture

Your

audience!

Brain Stem


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Let’s create a simple animation.


Anatomy of an animation

Anatomy of an Animation

  • Insert a shape

Click the insert tab

Choose Shape

Choose a rectangle

Click and drag to draw


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The default shape color is a blue shade.

Let’s change it to white.


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We now have access to the

drawing tab.

Click on the rectangle.

Choose the white fill with the blue border.


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Our rectangle is now white.


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Click the down arrow next to

Shape Effects.

Choose 3D

Rotation.

Next let’s

add dimension.


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Insert 4 Arrow Shapes.


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Insert 2 small Rectangle Shapes.

One vertical

One horizontal


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Use shape fill

to change the

color of the small

vertical rectangle

to white.


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Take away the

outline of the

rectangle using

Shape Outline

and choosing

No Outline.


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Click the down

Arrow next to

Effect Options

Click the

Animation

Tab, choose

Wipe

Choose From Left

Select all

Arrows in the

Animation

Pane.

Select all arrows.


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Add

effects.


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Click to run.


Anatomy of a stroke

Anatomy of a Stroke

Brain Tissue is Deprived of Oxygen

Clot Lodges in Smaller Artery

Clot Travels Upward Toward Brain

Clot Loosens in Carotid Artery


Thank you for your attention

Thank You for Your Attention!


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