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Old 10-13-2011, 01:45 AM
UrbanEast UrbanEast is offline How to automatically animate each bullet to "start at click" Windows Vista How to automatically animate each bullet to "start at click" Office 2007
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Is there a quick way to add animation to ALL the bullets on a page in Powerpoint 2010--specifically to appear at click? I've tried highlighting all and clicking "Appear," but then I have to click "Animation pane" and set all of them to "Appear on click."



Or, more complicated: A quick way to set all 1st order bullets to appear on click, and 2nd/3rd order under each parent bullet to appear all at once? I'd think MS must have come up with some way to do this!

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Hi,
You could try this. I don't know if this way will be faster for you, but at least you won't have to open the Animation pane to do it:
  1. Make sure you're on the Animation tab on the ribbon.
  2. Highlight all the bullets you want to animate at once.
  3. Click on the Trigger button in the Advanced Animation group near the center of the ribbon.
  4. Move down to "On Click of" and choose when you want the animation to appear.
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Old 10-14-2011, 07:13 AM
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After you highlighting all and clicking Appear do the following:

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Thank you. But there's no way to automatically set a whole page to animate by bullet--even in 2010?
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Old 10-17-2011, 10:46 AM
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Old 10-28-2011, 08:47 AM
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How do you animate bullets on the Mac version?
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