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Chapter 11. Animating Slide Show Objects > Choosing Slide Transitions

Choosing Slide Transitions

One of the biggest differences between a standard slide show—using 35mm slides and a slide projector—and a PowerPoint slide show has to do with the way you can transition from one slide to the next. Certainly, in PowerPoint you can have each slide simply appear, replacing the previous slide. But why? Even the most conservative presentation can benefit from subtle slide transitions to help the audience move smoothly from one topic to the next.

You can apply a slide transition to a single slide or to an entire slide show. Usually I find it best to select a transition I like, apply it to all slides for consistency, and then change individual slide transitions only when absolutely necessary.


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