Morph in PowerPoint: Using Exclamation Named Objects with Morph in PowerPoint

Created: Monday, April 4, 2022, posted by at 4:28 pm

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So, how does the Morph transition effect in PowerPoint work? You duplicate a slide and then modify the existing slide objects so that a tween effect is created based on the differences between two or more slides. You can also create your own shapes to Morph rather than use PowerPoint’s pre-built shapes.

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Using Exclamation Named Objects with Morph in PowerPoint

Using Exclamation Named Objects with Morph in PowerPoint

Tutorial Code: 13 10 03
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