How to add animations to graphs in PowerPoint 2010
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Learn how to to add animations to graphs in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
Here I have a slide with financial results; I want to add a little bit of suspension to my presentation by adding some animation to this graph.
To do that I’ll mark the graph, and I click the “Wipe” animation, under “Effect Options” I can select how I want the graph to be animated and in this case I want each element in the different categories to appear one by one.
Now let’s have a look at the final result. As I click through the slide the bars appear one by one and then finally the totals. This is a great way to present financial data.