This enables the designer to create a presentation that moves in the flow of the presentation. Below is a video from the MS Techno YouTube Channel that shows some sample animations: To start animating, open the Slide Out tool, or simply start a new slideshow and select the slide out toolbar at the bottom of the screen. You can use the cursor or keyboard to move the slides around. After you click one of the slides, hold down the Shift key for several seconds and the slide will turn, moving one or more of the others toward their destination, like a slide show. (Note: This tool requires Mac OS X 10.9 or later.) The following sections describe how the animation can be added to a presentation. To create an animation of an animation: Click the arrow for the slide that you want to change in the slide out toolbar. Then select the “Animations and transitions” tab. In the “Animations and transitions” tab, click the drop-down menu and select “Show animation” and click ok. — In the first animated slide, you can see the slider icon to allow it to animate from one stage to another. Click and drag the slider until it starts moving one stage in the presentation. Notice how the line starts moving toward the end of the presentation. (Note: The slider can appear to move to a point other than where the original slide began.) — The second animated slide is a different one. Click on the slider, and a white dot will appear and move with the slide to that stage in the presentation. This allows the slider to turn the slide in one direction. You can drag and move the dot to move in the different directions in the presentation. — Click on the slider again to change the direction back to the original direction. This time, the white dot will not move, but the slide will turn to the new slide in the presentation. — Press the key combination Ctrl-Shift-A. — Click once again to advance to the first animated slide and repeat steps 6 through 8 again. — The next animated slide, in the next section, contains the same steps, but this time the white dot continues moving from the next slide to the very end, changing the direction back to the original one. For the animation to progress, the white dot needs to move forward as the slide moves backwards.