Motion Path Animations: Reversing Paths of Motion Path Animations in PowerPoint

Created: Tuesday, April 3, 2018, posted by Geetesh at 11:58 am

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Applying a preset motion path or even drawing your own custom motion path are not the only high-end tricks you can master. There are several other tricks that can help you become a better PowerPoint animator. The simplest Motion Path trick is to reverse them! This option is very helpful if you want an object to animate using a Motion Path, and then animate it again from the end of the motion path to the beginning!

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Reversing Paths of Motion Path Animations in PowerPoint 2016

Reversing Paths of Motion Path Animations in PowerPoint 2013

Reversing Paths of Motion Path Animations in PowerPoint 2010

Reversing Paths of Motion Path Animations in PowerPoint 2007, 2003, and 2002

Apple Mac:

Reversing Paths of Motion Path Animations in PowerPoint 2011

Reversing Paths of Motion Path Animations in PowerPoint


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