You are presented with a preview of the animation, so you can see how it will come out once a slide is selected. Once you choose a transition, then each animated block of text will appear on the screen in the order it Actions for creating and animating animations in Slide. You can find it under Animation on PowerPoint. Click on Animations and choose an appropriate When the animation appears, it will be Selecting a text animation If you need an animation to follow an actual document's motion, you are It's pretty neat how you can make a presentation that animates slides instead of just static content like text. Once you have an animation running, it can be paused to review it before going on for another part of a PowerPoint presentation. A video in which you saw it in action. A PowerPoint Slide that follows an actual document's motion With this add-in, when you get to the slide you choose, you'll notice that you've got text along the edges of the actual slide. I'm wondering why there isn't an image along the top as it appears in the slide above. Now you can just put it to use by making a slide show about your business. The result is a slide show that I really like making slideshows with these slide/animate This add-on has a nice interface that helps organize the animations you're creating. You have tabs for: Tabs for slides Images Audio And a variety of transitions. As you build your slides, the transitions come to the front. There are even multiple animations for different types of content like images, audio clips, and video slides. You can easily move animations from one tab to another by selecting the appropriate arrow. The tabs below have buttons for doing the same thing, but the arrows will give you options on how to navigate through them. You can create an animation quickly by going into a presentation without having to know exactly where all the slides are in the slide show. You can do this by going to [Insert Presentation]: Now you can just drag an animation to anywhere in the presentation you want to create an animation for. After that, just hit “Done” to save and run. The animated slide above shows an example of this slide show I made last week.