In this module we will tackle the process of adding movement within a slide and so appropriately I have titled this very slide movement within a slide and what I'm talking about here is making text, making elements in a slide fly in, fade in, zoom in, all kind of stuff, all kinds of transitions that can happen within a slide itself. So what you're doing here is you're creating either a build-in or a build-out and to get started with that, once again, we are dealing with the inspector, so if it's not open, go ahead and open up the inspector and we dealt with transitions earlier with the slide inspector. Now we're dealing with the button right next to it, the build inspector and this will let you build your build-ins, build-outs and then there's a third one here called action, which will help you really, really fine-tune what can be done within a slide. So I just want to get you started with adding some movement within the slide to help you add some wow or draw some attention to a specific point. You know, when you get to that aha moment in your speech or your presentation, that's where you want to use it. If you use it for every single element in your presentation, people will get tired of watching. It's like watching a music video. You can take it in small sections, that fast cutting, but over the course of, you know, a feature film wouldn't be edited that way because people would just get sick of all the Flash and they just get tired of it visually, just don't know what to pay attention to. So you want to use these to help draw the audience attention to a specific part of your presentation. So anyway, that's the preamble. Here's how it's done. The build inspector is what you want and then we can use build-ins to decide what happens to the text when it comes in to the slide, build-outs help decide what happens to the text on its way out or on your way to the next slide in your presentation. So known to see, there's nothing to select right now and that's because there's nothing selected within that slide. You can choose either the heading or the bullet point list that you've created or, by holding down the command key, you can choose all of them at the same time. So let's start with just selecting the heading like this and with the effect, now I notice this effect becomes selectable, so let's use, oh, let's just pick one that I probably would never use in real life unless I was dealing with fire safety or maybe something like that; flame. There we go. So that's what this is going to look like. Again, drop like that, but we'll use flame for ours. And so that's a transition. That's what's going to happen to this slide as you click on it, movement within a slide, it's going to flame up from out of nowhere and people are going to ooh and aah. But, this other text also will be present. I can click it once again. Notice that this text is going to be present as well, so all that stuff may be a little distracting so I may want to build a separate build for these elements right here and I can do the same thing. Effect, we'll do bouncy I suppose. There we go. And how do you want that text to appear? Left to right? Right to left? Random? The delivery also is important when you're dealing especially with bullet point lists because it can be by bullet. Bingo! Bingo! Bingo! You get the idea. Now, the duration on each of these is three seconds. So if I wanted to shorten that to maybe one second, I could certainly do that and now the bounces happen a little more quickly. So there we go. Also, maybe you don't, maybe that's a heading and you want the other ones to bounce in there rather quickly afterwards. So that's another option that you have. You don't have to start that build in your bullet list with the first thing in your bullet list. You can have it go like that. So there we go. So also notice the order; 2, 1. So if this was the first thing, this comes in, notice before your second thing comes in. Now, most of the time you're going to build your slides, this is, it's pretty intuitive tool to use. You're going to build them the way I've kind of gone through it here. You're going to select a heading and then that's going to be order number one. It's going to come in with whatever effect you want to. Your second thing that you select you're going to bring it in either all at once or by bullet and the effect. Of course, again, you can choose whatever you want to. There we go. Comet effect. More options at the bottom will let you be very precise about what will happen. So the build start will happen either on click or automatically after build one. So after build one, this happens and then after zero seconds of delay, but let's say, let's put a three-second delay in there and see what will happen. So that's what it's going to look like. One, two, three, and now our comet should come across and there we go. Obviously didn't count exact seconds. I forgot the one thousand part before I said it. But at any rate, that's how you can be just a little more granular with your build order. If you wanted to change the order, again, you can do it with this as well. But if you wanted to, you could click and drag and rearrange the order. So if you're just building a really, really complex slide, you have a lot of options. And then when you're done with those options, you can close the drawer. Build-outs, same thing. When you select something, you select an object, let's say I comment in and now I want them to blast out, whatever that means. I don't know blast out. But again, you get the idea. They're going to cube out now. And the duration, again, is configurable by you. So there's a cube out. So that means that simply when you are leaving, you're getting ready to leave that slide and go to the next one, the text is going to disappear and go away. So that's how you do it. That is the tool to use. The inspector and if you remember the third button over, the build inspector, you'll be well on your way to making movement within a slide.
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