Animations: Timeline

Created: Wednesday, July 23, 2014, posted by Geetesh at 5:43 pm

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The main advantage of the Timeline is to edit the timing and sequencing of your animations. You can easily control the start time, duration, and end time of your animation to the minutest level. In addition, you can also animate any slide object very slowly to span over a whole minute or more by just dragging the start and end points of any animation bar outwards in the timeline. In the following tutorials, learn how to turn on/off the Timeline and also how to use Timeline to control your animations. Select one of these tutorials based on the Windows PowerPoint version you use:

Microsoft Windows
Show/Hide the Animation Advanced Timeline in PowerPoint 2010

Control Animation Timings with Advanced Timeline in PowerPoint 2010

Show the Animation Advanced Timeline in PowerPoint 2007

Control Animation with Advanced Timeline in PowerPoint 2007

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