Do you know how can I add random transition to powerpoint? Hope for your answers.
Thank you.Asked Oct, 14 2010
First open PowerPoint. Open an existing document to add your transitions to or you can start a new presentation. I am going to open an old presentation by going to 'File,' 'Open' and choosing my presentation.
Now go up to 'Slide Show' and select 'Slide Transition.' This will open up a sidebar on the right side. There is a list of different transitions. Click on a transition and it will be previewed for you on your selected slide.
To preview the same transition multiple times click the Play button at the bottom of the sidebar. I am going to choose 'Random Transition,' so a different transition will be used each time.
These are going by way too fast, so I am going to change the speed under 'Modify Transition.' I am going to adjust my speed to medium.
You can also choose to add sound when you change slides by choosing one from the drop down menu, but I find it distracting, so I'll keep it on no sound.
Next you can choose to advance the slides by selecting 'On Mouse Click' or 'Automatically After.' If you choose 'Automatically After,' you must enter the number of seconds or minutes before each slide changes. I am going to choose to transition slides by mouse click.
Now click Apply to All Slides. Click Slide Show to go through your presentation and you can see your transitions.Answered Oct, 14 2010
It's a video that tells you how to insert transitions. Hope it helps.Answered Jul, 12 2010
hope you can find answer in it. it solves the same problem as yours!Answered Nov, 16 2010
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