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Animation Combination

How to animate multiple items in a PowerPoint presentation so they play together or with the desired length of delay, rather than only one after the other as each item finishes its animation.  
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By: Kara Jones
Kara is highly creative and forward thinker. She has a wonderful Husband and a beautiful son. She and her husband enjoy playing with their son and also enjoy diving into a good video game.

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Aug 29, 2012 -
Jason
This is a fantastic tutorial, thank you! so many combinations can be made with all of the different assets on the site. Adding faded shape layers is an awesome way to customize the background. It seems so common sense, but hadn't realized it until you posted the tutorial! Thanks again!
Sep 05, 2012 -
Deb Howell
There was no audio with this presentation.
Sep 05, 2012 -
krjones
Please double check that your volume was turned on and was set at least 1/3 of the volume level, it has been confirmed that the audio plays appropriately with this video.
Sep 15, 2012 -
Debbie
This is great information! It didn't occur to me to layer something over a video clip. I like the effect. Thanks!
Sep 26, 2012 -
krjones
Glad you appreciated the video Debbie! Let us know if you are ever looking for a particular tutorial or would like to learn something else unique. ~Kara Jones Corporate Communications
Nov 27, 2012 -
Carol
The tutorial isn't available anymore. I'd like to view it as I've learned some nice tricks from some of your other tutorials. Please post it again if you can. Thank you.
Nov 28, 2012 -
Kara Jones
The tutorial is still up, please check your Flash player for an update as if it's not updated it won't show all the video tutorials. Here is the link to our video which is hosted by YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkNmSorzedI as well.
Nov 28, 2012 -
Carol
Thank you, Kara. I attempted to view through our 'virtual desktop', which either doesn't have the updated Flash player or doesn't allow viewing. I used my local desktop and was able to to view. Thank you for the link as well!
Nov 28, 2012 -
Kara Jones
You are most welcome! ~Kara

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