Animation: Slide Transition and Timings

Created: Tuesday, June 3, 2014, posted by Geetesh at 5:32 pm

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Normally, during a slide show, you can advance to the next slide by clicking your mouse (or pressing the Enter key on your keyboard). Using transition timings on the other hand, you can set your slides to advance on their own instead, and display each slide for a specific amount of time that you decide. This option is useful for unattended presentations, such as at a trade show booth or even a picture slide show. Select any of the following tutorials to learn more:

Microsoft Windows

Slide Transition Timings in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac
Slide Transition Time in PowerPoint 2011


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