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

Created: Thursday, May 12, 2022, posted by at 11:29 am

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While it’s easy and effective to use Morph transition effects between typical slides, curves, or even exclamation-named objects, there are many more Morph tricks to play with. Morph allows you to play with words and characters, and in this tutorial, we will explore using the Morph transition effect in PowerPoint to create animated effects using words. In a subsequent tutorial, we will explore animating on the character level.

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Using the Morph Transition with Words in PowerPoint 365

Using the Morph Transition with Words in PowerPoint

Tutorial Code: 13 10 04
Previous: 13 10 03 Using Exclamation Named Objects with Morph in PowerPoint
Next: 13 10 05 Using the Morph Transition with Characters in PowerPoint



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