Wednesday, 25 November 2015

A cool way to transition between PowerPoint slides

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Use PowerPoint's push transition to connect related slides

Combine a visual ribbon and PowerPoint's push transition to pull slides into view. This illustrated walk-through, with demo files, will show you how.

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