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Slide Transitions in PowerPoint

For Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003

What are Slide Transitions?

Rather than animating elements within an individual slide, a transition in a PowerPoint presentation is simply animation between slides. Transitions add movement (and sometimes sound) between the end of one slide and the start of the next slide.

How to Add Transitions

Although transitions can be added from a number of different PowerPoint views, the easiest way to apply useful movement is from the Slide Sorter View.

  1. Choose View > Slide Sorter or choose the Slide Sorter icon from the view buttons near the PowerPoint status bar.
     
  2. Next, pick Slide Show > Slide Transition which opens the Task Pane for Slide Transition.

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  1. Select the slide or slides that you want to apply a transition to. To highlight multiple slides from the Slide Sorter View, hold [Shift] and then click on each slide.
     
  2. From the Task Pane, choose a transition style, pick a speed for the animation, and associate a sound if desired (use carefully if at all).

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  1. Pick the option to advance the slides with a mouse click and/or a set period of time. Additional options include applying the transition to all slides or to the master.
     
  2. Once a slide is formatted with a transition or other animation, a faint star displays in the bottom-left corner of the slide in the Slide Sorter view. Click on this star at any time to play the animations.

To remove a transition, repeat the steps above and select the style of "No Transition."

 


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A star icon appears at the bottom-left corner of slides with animation and transitions. Click once on the star icon for a preview of animation features.
 
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In the Slide Sorter View, hold [Shift] to select multiple slides for design and transition formatting.

 
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