Creating a Flip Animation. To create a flip animation effect you need to have a graphic for each side of an object. Insert the two graphics in a slide, one each for the front and back view. They should be the same size. For the first sample, I used these two graphics:.
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Give each graphic two custom animations: an exit of Collapse and an entrance of Stretch. Make sure that all animation directions are across and all speeds are the same.
Make the Collapse animation for each shape Start on click. Set the Stretch animations to Start after previous.
Order the animations as follows: Collapse for front graphic, Stretch for rear graphic, Collapse for rear graphic, and Stretch for front graphic.
Open your Custom animation task pane to review these settings.Click to Flip
Position the front shape directly over the reverse shape (use Order, Send to Back or Bring to Front from the Shortcut Menu, if necessary).
In Slide show view, click to flip the graphic and click again to flip it back.
If you just want to flip it once, use only the first two animations – to flip more times, repeat the effects.
Go to the next slide for another (cooler) example.