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Welcome to these tutorials, many of which were unique concepts when first published!


animate: techniques to animate your presentation

principle 1- squash and stretch ] principle 2- anticipation ] principle 3- staging- 1 ] principle 3- staging- 2 ] animation 1 ] animation 2 ] animation 3 ] animate & annotate ] animate by position ] animate cropped text ] animate on the moove ] change animation ] hidden pivot animation ] mask animations ] multiple motion paths ] spin a word art animation ] [ spin an image animation ] twist & morph animation ] wide screen PowerPoint on the fly ] time lapse animations ] overlapping powerpoint animations ]


Spin an Image Animation

Logic: get a powerful effect easily

If you haven't read the first in this series, read the page on:

Spin Word Art Animation.

This is the same effect but using an image instead of text such as in the Word Art example. So, to save your reading, I've inserted some screen shots from others I have done. There is a download from one of the screen shots at the end. (not all of them).


First set rotates the same as in the Word Art example.

spin and fade

Then, all images fade out together.


Another example made from a custom autoshape filled with an image.

spin and shrink

This example has a double animation on each object. For example:

  1. Object one, Spin Emphasis 15 degrees and shrink to 90%.

  2. Object two, Spin Emphasis 30 degrees and shrink to 85%.

  3. And so on...

And here is the sample. password protected for reasons I won't go into.

Spin Animation





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