Leonardo Da ‘PowerPoint’!
Animator Painter and You.
Animations have always been a rage. Popular animations like The Lion King and Toy Story have been box office blockbusters. At home, you have The Simpsons and South Park vying for your attention on prime time TV. So, get off the couch and start creating your very own animation. Fret not, you do not have to spend any big bucks on fancy software to or make any heavy investments to get started. Explore PowerPoint 2010 and start using the Animation Painter to tell your own animation tale.
The Animation Painter is a new feature of Office PowerPoint 2010. It duplicates animations from one objectÂ to another. The painter allows you to simple copy pattern of movement or instructions from one object to a new one. Unlike Bart Simpson during the Opening sequence, you are spared from writing (in your case ‘clicking’) repeated sentences (and again, ‘actions’). Â So, spare your fingers from a ‘clicking fit’ and resort to the Painter when you are copying duplicate actions.Â It allows you replicate animations and apply them to other objects. Open a blank slide and add some formatting tools. Exploit the ribbon interface and take advantage of the various features. The Animation Painter is an easy and quick solution for duplicating effects. Check out this video on YouTube to see how simple it is to use Animation Painter.
With the Animation Painter at your disposal, you have no need to reinvent various actions like the motion of path, spinning or turning. Simply copy the desired action from a complete object to the next. Use the animation tool to hone your artistic side or spice up your presentations with eye- catching visuals. A taste of the Animation Painter and it will leave you wondering how you ever got by without it.