Basics of Animation: Apply Two or More Animations to One Object at the Same Time in PowerPoint

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Animation in PowerPoint makes slide objects move. These slide objects can be anything you can select such as text, pictures, charts, SmartArt graphics, shapes, and even video clips. But did you know that you can combine multiple animations to happen at the same time for the same slide object, creating a custom animation effect? Imagine, an object fading and zooming at the same time!

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Apply Two or More Animations to One Object at the Same Time in PowerPoint

Apply Two or More Animations to One Object at the Same Time

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