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To draw attention to the important parts of your presentation, in PowerPoint 2010, you can use video bookmarks to trigger animations. Take a look at this short video to find out how to do it.
Want more info about animations in PowerPoint 2010? Start with Animation basics for your presentation.
-- Erik Jensen
Why are we getting more an more videos? It is difficult to watch them in an open plan office without drawing attention to yourself and a lot of them wont even play (possibly due to firewall settings) such as this one. Bring back the written word!
I'm getting more and more impressed by features on new PP. I hope that vendors of rapid e-learning software will use it in their tools.
@aldousr, first of all, many thanks to you for taking the time to write in expressing your preference for words over video. This is the exact kind of feedback we love, because we want to give our readers what they want. So thank you. Many of our customers prefer videos, so we do have a number of video-based posts in the queue for the PowerPoint blog in the next couple of months. But as the person in charge of scheduling content for the Blog, I've heard you loud and clear and will look for a good balance between video and text going forward. Appreciate your feedback, and keep it coming!
@polak, great news! Thanks for writing in and letting us know.
We have used trigger animation in lots of our presentations. There are two ways to set triggers in your presentation:
Using the Trigger tool
Using the Action tool|
For both techniques we created tutorials (with free downloadable presentations at the end). Check them out: