I am thinking in case an animated slide comes on, there is nothing to save. It will just be displayed when viewed in PowerPoint. The way I would save my slide would be as a table using the animation outline for the table to use as the background in a cell, and then I would save my document the normal way. I would still have the animated outline as a document. I am afraid if the animation outline has been saved in the presentation, that would prevent the animated slide outline from being used. Would this work? — M. K. · Feb 4, 2024 · 6 min I would like to share with other people in the community how to make a PowerPoint presentation that has text that is animated. The animated slide does not animate, the slide just has some fancy animation in the text. Practical PowerPoint Tips My PowerPoint slides for the first day of the first week of school. They were all done without animations. Here is what we used and didn't use: This is the best PowerPoint tutorial (I believe) I have ever seen My favorite PowerPoint tips for beginners, including the animated slide outlines. Some other good articles. Some helpful tutorials, including this one. Here's my slide presentation, not animated, but animated for fun. And there's a little video. Other Blogs These are a few other blog posts where you can read some of these great articles. What About PDF? PDF is a great way to add presentations to your website. But, it's also a great way to create slide-out presentation files for easy share at your office, for example. If you want to create an animated PowerPoint presentation, and you want to print it, here's a tutorial of how to make an animated PowerPoint PDF in Microsoft Office 2003. I am not an expert in PowerPoint presentation creation, so I'm not going to get into much. I just want to show how my PowerPoint slides work in PowerPoint 2013, so you guys can decide if it should be an animated slide, without the animations at all. Here's a great way for your PowerPoint to be animated. In PowerPoint 2010, open your.