PowerPoint 2010 Animation Painter - Demo video

PowerPoint 2010 introduces a “Animation Painter”–  just select an object with animations, select the “Animation Painter” button on the Animations tab, and with a single click you can transfer all the animations and settings to another object. If you double-click the painter button, you’ll be in “Sticky Mode” so that you can paint multiple objects sequentially. You may […]

PowerPoint 2010 introduces a “Animation Painter”–  just select an object with animations, select the “Animation Painter” button on the Animations tab, and with a single click you can transfer all the animations and settings to another object. If you double-click the painter button, you’ll be in “Sticky Mode” so that you can paint multiple objects sequentially. You may recognize this workflow from the widely-used format painter, which allows you to transfer settings such as font, color, and size.

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