Transition Effects: Getting Started with Morph in PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, January 23, 2019, posted by at 5:04 pm

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Every new release of PowerPoint brings forth new features, but only a few of them have made people sit up and take notice. The most popular of these features has been the Morph transition effect. This new transition effect was only available to PowerPoint 2016 and 2019 users on both Windows and Mac platforms who have a current Office 365 subscription. Additionally, some phone and tablet platforms, and also selected accounts of PowerPoint Online support the Morph transition. Plus, some older versions of PowerPoint allow playback of Morph transitions, but do not provide editing options.

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Getting Started with Morph in PowerPoint

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