Animation, used correctly, can make text or a graph really stand out. But you may not realize that you can animate a chart or table. For instance, you might want to highlight individual product or regional totals using a graph that analyzes them all as a group. Animating a table by displaying additional information for each row — row by row — can be effective. To add animation to a chart, do the following: Click Slide Show on the Standard toolbar and choose Custom Animation. In PowerPoint 2007, click the Animations tab and choose Custom Animation. Select the chart. To add a Wipe effect, when PowerPoint displays the chart, click Add Effect, choose Entrance, select Wipe, and click OK. (If you don’t see the Wipe animation, choose More Effects.) By default, PowerPoint will add the animation to the chart as a whole. To animate elements, right-click the appropriate animation item in the task pane and choose Effect Options. Click the Chart Animation tab. Choose the appropriate object from the Group Chart drop-down control to animate the chart as a single object, by series, by category, or by the elements in the series or category. Click OK. You can animate the… Read full this story
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