Animation: Charts

Created: Thursday, September 18, 2014, posted by at 1:28 pm

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Although you can add animation to a chart in the same way as you would add to any other slide object, PowerPoint provides some extra animation options that are applicable only to charts. For example, you can animate series and categories individually as required – and you can also decide whether you want to animate the plot area or not. In the following tutorials, learn how to apply animation to charts, and also explore the different Chart Animation options available in various versions of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows
Animate Charts in PowerPoint 2013

Animate Charts in PowerPoint 2010

Animate Charts in PowerPoint 2002, 2003, and 2007

Microsoft Windows

Animate Charts in PowerPoint 2011



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