Create an input animation. Select the tab "Animation". On screen preview of the presentation click on the object you want to animate. Right-click your mouse on the down arrow (located in the upper right corner of the tab). You can select the input animation in the form of disappearance of the object, flight, shape change, wheels, zoom, rotation, etc.
Click the animation effect that will allow you to emphasize the object or its shape at the entrance. For example, if you click on the desired image on the screen and select the animation fade, the picture will appear gradually, becoming darker and brighter than the surrounding background.
Make the output animation. You can use options such as pulse, kaleidoscope, swing, discoloration, darkening and lightening. Select the object on the slide, click "Add animation"and then click on "effect Options". Hover over each option to determine which fits best, then select it. You have now created an animationthat affects how the object will leave the slide.
Try to choose animations arbitrary path object. A certain trajectory of movement makes the image or text on the PowerPoint screen to move in a straight line, a circle or curved path. Draw a track or select a ready-made. Go to the Insert tab at the top of the screen, click the automatic trajectory. Click the line icon to draw on the screen own trajectory.
Right-click the mouse on the object and select "custom animation". Select the movement speed, the time intervals, which will be animation, and sound if necessary. Press F5 button on the keyboard and test the newly created animation.