You are going to create a very
simple flip book animation in Powerpoint.
You're not going to use the built in
animations. You are going to create it yourself!
What it should be about is up to you
but it can take a lot of slides to animate something so keep it
simple. - something like: a sun rise or sun set, a ball
- Watch the video below to see a demonstration on how to
create flip book animation.
- If you want to see another example, there is one showing a
stick figure doing a cartwheel on computer #6 in the computer
lab for you to view.
- Create a new Powerpoint presentation and set up the
background for your presentation.
- Now, either draw (using the drawing tools) what you want to
animate or find clip art of something to animate and add it to
the first slide in the starting position. NOTE: If you draw
something and it contains more than one element, make sure to
select all of the elements and group them together so you can
move them all at the same time.
- Create a new slide as a duplicate of your first slide and
move and/or rotate and/or alter your image slightly. Then create another
new slide as a duplicate of your second slide and move and/or
rotate and/or alter your image slightly. Continue this process
until you have all the slides you need. Don't move it too far
- Now, in the Transitions option under Slide Show, turn off
mouse click for advancing slides and add timing to advance
slides and apply to all slides. NOTE: You may want to change
the first and last slide back to using a mouse click to advance the
Save Your Work!