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

Animations in PowerPoint

Animations in PowerPoint are visual effects that are applied to different items like graphics, title or bullet points, instead of the slides. There are many different animations like: Appear, Fade, Fly in.

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Effect Options

In the effect options in PowerPoint, further details can be specified for the selected effect.

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Master view

In the master view in PowerPoint you can edit the Slide Master.

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External Communication

External communication is the exchange of information between two organisations. For example, it can be an exchange with customers, clients or traders. Feedback from a customer also counts as external communication.

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