Spin a Word Art Animation
Logic: It is a fast and very effective animation you can apply to just
about anything, plus you only need one object that is animated, then duplicate
I started with a simple Word Art object on my slide.
A Spin Emphasis animation is added, set to medium, direction
clockwise and 15 degrees.
The object is duplicated (<Control + d>). Duplicating the Word
Art object also duplicates the animation. This animation left as a Spin Emphasis
but adjusted to 30 degrees (an increment of 15 degrees).
The second object is duplicated and its animation set to 45
degrees (30 plus 15 degrees).
Ok, so it's tedious. But keep going, duplicating and adding 15
degrees to each duplicated object. That is, until you get to the last one
equalling 180 degrees ( a half turn).
If you play the animation like this, you will see them all spin
together to different amounts. Last task is to centre all objects in the middle
of the slide in both directions. It all ends up as a very cool effect indeed.
This downloadable sample
will help you understand it.