Slide transitions

Term explanation  •  Category PowerPoint

Definition and meaning

Slide transitions are visual effects which appear in PowerPoint when one slide moves to the next. There are many different transitions, like for example fade and dissolve.

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PowerPoint offers many transitions that everyone uses, but there are also other interesting animations that make your presentations more appealing. Read our blog post about the morph effect to find out more.

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Other glossary terms

.ppt file extension

A .ppt file is a presentation which was made with PowerPoint, that includes different slides with texts, images and transition effects.

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Internal Preview

An Internal Preview is a statement, which is made in the body of the speech, so that the audience knows what the speaker is going to discuss next.

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Audience Demographics

Audience Demographics are the characteristics of listeners like age, gender, cultural backgrounds, group affiliations and educational level. The speaker has to consider all these characteristics when adapting to an audience.

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Webinar

A webinar is a seminar that takes place in a specific digital location at a specific time. It's a seminar that combines live and online formats.

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