Do you have any ideas? Create slides in PowerPoint using animation Aug 6, 2023 — I've found a method to do this. First, you will need to have the ability to select individual slides and import them as templates. Once that has been accomplished, edit each individual template by going to File > Scripts then selecting Import Slide Template. If you are going to make multiple slides per slide, do not use all your time to work on one single “page” to create each slide. Instead, work on a separate “page” for each individual slide you need. Just work one at a time, and when completed it will look like this. You could even have another page dedicated to a master template that you work on. After you are comfortable with each slide, place each image on separate pages, and then combine them all into one master slide. Then when you are finished all the pages will look like this. Do you think this method is a good way to split up a slide for printing? What other ways do you split up PowerPoint slides and make prints with them? Please share in the forum. Create slides in PowerPoint using animations and animations alone Feb 26, 2023 — When I put an animation into slides, it's a white-spaces. In other words, when I hit the space bar at the end of the slide, it is completely blank. I don't know if it should blank on the second time, or if I should not blank after every single slide. Here's a way to do it, but it is a little messy, i.e. I have to redo the entire animation several times. It looks like the image is rotating on its own, so when I move the mouse pointer, the image doesn't shift, but the whole image moves just like the rotation. The image does not shift if I drag the mouse up, which is weird and does not happen when I move the mouse up by just one or two pixels on a slider. It does not shift if I move it from right to left, right to down... It appears to shift when it is rotated? I'm not sure. I have no idea if this happens as intended, but I'm sure it's not an accident. Furthermore, I haven't experimented too much with this, but it looks like I would have to make the animation and slide in two separate layers and place the two layers into two separate PPT files.