The Absolute BEST PowerPoint Transition: Morph

In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to use the very best transition in PowerPoint, the morph transition, in your next presentation. The morph transition is sure to impress any audience. Unlike many of the other transitions in PowerPoint, morph is subtle, classy, and contributes to the message that you’re delivering.

The Morph transition allows you to animate smooth movement from one slide to the next. You can apply the Morph transition to slides to create the appearance of movement in a wide range of things—text, shapes, pictures, SmartArt graphics, and WordArt. Charts, however, don’t morph. Morph is available if you have an Microsoft 365 subscription or are using PowerPoint 2019. For Microsoft 365 subscribers using PowerPoint for the web, Morph is available when you are using files stored in OneDrive for work or school or SharePoint in Microsoft 365.

To use the Morph transition effectively, you’ll need to have two slides with at least one object in common—the easiest way is to duplicate the slide and then move the object on the second slide to a different place, or copy and paste the object from one slide and add it to the next. Then, apply the Morph transition to the second slide to see what Morph can do to automatically animate and move your object.

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    • 0:00 Introduction
    • 0:44 Basic example of morph
    • 1:48 Animation vs. morph
    • 3:26 Create revolving showcase with morph
    • 7:24 Create zoom in & out animation with morph
    • 8:22 Morph with text & characters
    • 9:46 Morph separate unrelated objects
    • 11:10 Create a cityscape morph
    • 13:14 Wrap up 📃 Watch related playlists

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