Morph in PowerPoint: Using the Morph Transition with Characters in PowerPoint

Created: Monday, June 27, 2022, posted by at 12:35 pm

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We have explored how you can animate words between slides using the Morph transition effect. But what if you want to take this technique further to a kinetic typography level, where a hundred text characters need to animate to different positions and styles in the next slide?

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Using the Morph Transition with Characters in PowerPoint 365

Using the Morph Transition with Characters in PowerPoint

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