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Creating a Typewriter or Command Line Animation in PowerPoint



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Adding weird animations to your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation gives your slideshow a little more life. Adding a typewriter or command-line animation not only entertains your audience but also focuses on the text.

Creating a Typewriter / Command Line Animation

The typewriter and command line animation are very similar. The only difference is the text style. If you're using the vintage typewriter look, we recommend using a 1

2pt Courier New font in black. For the command-line option, we recommend using a 12pt Lucida Console font in white (or green) on a black background. Since the animations are identical, let's take a look at the command line style here as an example.

Open PowerPoint and go to the slide on which you want the animation.

You need to make sure you have a black background to work against if you choose the command line. Go to the "Insert" tab and click on the "Forms" button.

 Inserting a shape in Powerpoint

A drop-down menu appears. In the Rectangles group, choose Rectangle.

 Select the rectangle shape.

Click and drag on the slide to draw the shape. If you show something on a smaller scale, you can take or shrink the shape of the entire slide.

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Go to the Format tab of the shape and choose Fill Shape from the Styles group.

 Fill Form

Select Black from the drop-down menu.

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 Black outline

Then click on the desired shape and drag it to the desired shape.

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In this example, we cover the entire slide.

 Black Solid Film

Now it's time to insert your text. Go to the "Insert" tab and click the "Text Box" button.

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Click and drag the slide to draw the text box.

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Make sure your font settings are correct for your animation. Since we're running the command-line animation for this example, we'll choose Lucida Console (1), 12pt font (2), and White (3).

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Continue and enter the desired text. When you're done, select the text box, go to the Animations tab, and then in the Animation section, choose Appear src = "/pagespeed_static / 1.JiBnMqyl6S.gif" onload = " pagespeed.lazyLoadImages.loadIfVisibleAndMaybeBeacon (this); "onerror =" this.onerror = null; pagespeed.lazyLoadImages. Click the Animation Area button on the same tab.

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The animation area is displayed on the right side of the window. Select your animation and click on the arrow.

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Select Effect Options from the drop-down menu.

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Next, type 0.1 in the "seconds between letters" box and click "OK."

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