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PPT 2003 .. I would like to have four pictures one on each corner of a slide

and then one at a time for each to grow to the cover the whole slide and then

shrink back to it's corner. When I use grow/shrink, the enlarged picture

grows in the corner. not what I want. Any ideas? .. Searching the newsgroup

site did not help.

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    • If you apply a motion path animation to animate with the grow/shrink

      emphasis animation, you can increase the size and placement to cover the

      entire slide.

      The motion path animation arrows are placed in the center of the object

      being moved (green for beginning, red for ending placement), so if you turn

      on the guide lines you'll be able to place the end point at the center of

      the slide.

      --

      Bill Dilworth

      Microsoft PPT MVP Team

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      > PPT 2003 .. I would like to have four pictures one on each corner of a

      > slide

      > and then one at a time for each to grow to the cover the whole slide and

      > then

      > shrink back to it's corner. When I use grow/shrink, the enlarged picture

      > grows in the corner. not what I want. Any ideas? .. Searching the

      > newsgroup

      > site did not help.

      #1; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:14:00 GMT
    • Thanks Bill

      "Bill Dilworth" wrote:

      > If you apply a motion path animation to animate with the grow/shrink

      > emphasis animation, you can increase the size and placement to cover the

      > entire slide.

      > The motion path animation arrows are placed in the center of the object

      > being moved (green for beginning, red for ending placement), so if you turn

      > on the guide lines you'll be able to place the end point at the center of

      > the slide.

      > --

      > Bill Dilworth

      > Microsoft PPT MVP Team

      > Users helping fellow users.

      > ===============> Please spend a few minutes checking vestprog2.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.

      > out www.pptfaq.com This link will yahoo.

      > answer most of our questions, before com

      > you think to ask them.

      > Change org to com to defuse anti-spam,

      > ant-virus, anti-nuisance misdirection.

      > ..

      > ..

      > "Phil K" <PhilK.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

      > news:03FA266B-3B03-45DA-AE54-8AFB2E92B4BA.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.microsoft.com...

      > > PPT 2003 .. I would like to have four pictures one on each corner of a

      > > slide

      > > and then one at a time for each to grow to the cover the whole slide and

      > > then

      > > shrink back to it's corner. When I use grow/shrink, the enlarged picture

      > > grows in the corner. not what I want. Any ideas? .. Searching the

      > > newsgroup

      > > site did not help.

      >

      >

      #2; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:15:00 GMT
    • Bill it worked with one exception. The order of the smaller pictures mask

      part of the pictures expanding.

      "Bill Dilworth" wrote:

      > If you apply a motion path animation to animate with the grow/shrink

      > emphasis animation, you can increase the size and placement to cover the

      > entire slide.

      > The motion path animation arrows are placed in the center of the object

      > being moved (green for beginning, red for ending placement), so if you turn

      > on the guide lines you'll be able to place the end point at the center of

      > the slide.

      > --

      > Bill Dilworth

      > Microsoft PPT MVP Team

      > Users helping fellow users.

      > ===============> Please spend a few minutes checking vestprog2.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.

      > out www.pptfaq.com This link will yahoo.

      > answer most of our questions, before com

      > you think to ask them.

      > Change org to com to defuse anti-spam,

      > ant-virus, anti-nuisance misdirection.

      > ..

      > ..

      > "Phil K" <PhilK.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

      > news:03FA266B-3B03-45DA-AE54-8AFB2E92B4BA.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.microsoft.com...

      > > PPT 2003 .. I would like to have four pictures one on each corner of a

      > > slide

      > > and then one at a time for each to grow to the cover the whole slide and

      > > then

      > > shrink back to it's corner. When I use grow/shrink, the enlarged picture

      > > grows in the corner. not what I want. Any ideas? .. Searching the

      > > newsgroup

      > > site did not help.

      >

      >

      #3; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:16:00 GMT
    • If the order that these will be emphasized will not change, then you can do

      this by simply repeating the slide 4 times with each of the slides setup so

      the emphasized image is on top of the others. So,

      Slide 1

      manual animation 1 - image A enlarges and moves to center

      manual animation 2 - image A shrinks back to size and back to position

      Slide 2 (looks the same as slide 1 except that Image B is the foremost

      image)

      auto animation 1 - Image B enlarges and moves to center

      manual animation 2 - Image B shrinks and moves back

      Slide 3 & 4 are the same as 2 except that their special image is in front

      If the order that the images will be selected is not set, then you will need

      to use hyperlinks or triggers.

      Bill Dilworth

      Microsoft PPT MVP Team

      Users helping fellow users.

      ===============Please spend a few minutes checking vestprog2.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.

      out www.pptfaq.com This link will yahoo.

      answer most of our questions, before com

      you think to ask them.

      Change org to com to defuse anti-spam,

      ant-virus, anti-nuisance misdirection.

      .

      .

      "Phil K" <PhilK.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

      news:32AAAF2D-3117-484B-9496-FCDCCBF3FFC0.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.microsoft.com...

      > Bill it worked with one exception. The order of the smaller pictures mask

      > part of the pictures expanding.

      > "Bill Dilworth" wrote:

      >> If you apply a motion path animation to animate with the grow/shrink

      >> emphasis animation, you can increase the size and placement to cover the

      >> entire slide.

      >> The motion path animation arrows are placed in the center of the object

      >> being moved (green for beginning, red for ending placement), so if you

      >> turn

      >> on the guide lines you'll be able to place the end point at the center of

      >> the slide.

      >> --

      >> Bill Dilworth

      >> Microsoft PPT MVP Team

      >> Users helping fellow users.

      >> ===============>> Please spend a few minutes checking vestprog2.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.

      >> out www.pptfaq.com This link will yahoo.

      >> answer most of our questions, before com

      >> you think to ask them.

      >> Change org to com to defuse anti-spam,

      >> ant-virus, anti-nuisance misdirection.

      >> ..

      >> ..

      >> "Phil K" <PhilK.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

      >> news:03FA266B-3B03-45DA-AE54-8AFB2E92B4BA.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.microsoft.com...

      >> > PPT 2003 .. I would like to have four pictures one on each corner of a

      >> > slide

      >> > and then one at a time for each to grow to the cover the whole slide

      >> > and

      >> > then

      >> > shrink back to it's corner. When I use grow/shrink, the enlarged

      >> > picture

      >> > grows in the corner. not what I want. Any ideas? .. Searching the

      >> > newsgroup

      >> > site did not help.

      >>

      #4; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:17:00 GMT