Last week I posted a simple video showing a couple of graphs that had a single (or couple) of series animated for emphasis. I thought this week I would post the how to! It’s actually very simple. You can download my PowerPoint here.
Adding an animation to a PowerPoint Chart is the same as adding an animation to any other object. Click on the chart, then click on “Animation” on the ribbon and choose the animation you want to add. (I chose “Wipe”). You can then adjust the options for the animation using the “Effects Options” button. Unfortunately when you add an animation it adds the animation to the whole chart – including the axes etc. To see this, while the chart is selected click on the “Animation Pane” button in the animations toolbar.
To be able to adjust the animation to the different elements of the chart, right…
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