Animations play an important role in PowerPoint presentation. It makes the PowerPoint dynamic and vivid. But everything needs to be controlled to a reasonable level. Do you come across these situations when you want to get rid of some animations in your Microsoft PowerPoint and don’t know how to do with it especially when the PowerPoint is made by other people? In fact it is not as difficult as it seems. With a few steps you can ban or remove the unwanted animations.
How to Remove Animations in PowerPoint 2007:
Step 1: Open your PowerPoint file and click on the slide which you want to ban the animations. It should appear on the left with all the other slides
Step 2: Once you have the slide selected, click the “Animations” tab at the top of the window.
Step 3: We’ll have two different operations to remove animations.
The First Way:
Drag your mouse and select all the content of the slide and then choose “No Animation”. In this way all the animations of the slide can be removed one time.
The Second Way:
Click “Custom Animation” in the top left. A window will pop up on the right-hand side of the screen. Click “Remove” and your animation will be removed immediately. One animation removed with one click, so if you want to remove all, just keep click “Remove” until all the animations are removed.
Tips and Warnings:
Be careful not to confuse slide transitions with object animations.
Slide transitions are animations that provide a flashy way to go from one slide to the next.
Object animations are showed with one slide. In this article we talked about removing object animations.
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