Print Screen for Slide Transitions. Open file. Click on Animations tab. Distinguish transitions and sound and speed, Choose different transitions for each slide. Do not “Apply to All” Pick a number of seconds that will allow the reader to read what is on the slide.
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Click on Animations tab.
Distinguish transitions and sound and speed,
Choose different transitions for each slide. Do not “Apply to All”
Pick a number of seconds that will allow the reader to read what is on the slide.
Enter next to “Automatically After.
Practice with the sample based on Theresa’s ballad.
St. ThereseSt. Therese’s parents adored herBorn in January eighteen-seventy threeOf her death the were almost sureWhen she was cured the house brimmed with glee
Young Therese was filled with questions for her churchSo she prayed to the Blessed Virgin MaryShe was happy and overflowing with mirthUnless her mother was sick and Therese was wary
Her sister Pauline became a nunThis made her so sad she became sickHer aunt stayed with her in the sunSizzle the medicine she had to take was ick.
Therese had a temper as hot as a stoveBut she overcame it to become a CarmeliteShe got permission to become a nun at fifteen into a nuns life she doveWhenever she was sad she prayed and saw the light
She wanted to be a missionary in French Indonesia and
Her health had hindered her dream but she did not fuss
When she died she was a dove of peace and her blessings she did send