Alright, in the previous module we added some movement within a slide. We did some build-ins, some build-outs and we created some dynamic movement again with the elements in the slide itself, now between the slides as we did with transition. Now, in this module, let's look at the other button or the other tab that we didn't look at, we didn't get to in the previous module and that is the action tab. So we have a slide right now that has flames and I've changed the build-in because I really don't like that comet effect, so now it is a compress effect. But we can be even more specific about what happens by making it opaque or movement or rotate it or scale it or things like that. So this is sometimes helpful if you have an element in your slide, let's say your opacity for example. Let's say that you're building three things here. You know, you have a list of three things and the first two are problems and then the third one is a solution and so the solution is going to make the problems go away so you can select those elements and you can use opacity for example or something like that. So that, you can see here with the preview, is that it will fade and you might want to increase the duration here so that the problems recede into the background once you arrive at your solution. So that's one option you have. Another option you have is adding again movement and movement will make an element in your slide do that as you just saw here. It will make it slide across and that's what I use in the introductory module to this entire tutorial. So let's say that you have an object and you want to do movement. Here's what happens when you select movement. You select a path, so either straight or curved like that and then you'll see this movement handle here or this path that the object will take. You also see this ghosted image. So there's the start and the finish of the image itself. So there's the start and this ghosted image is where it will end up. So if we click and drag one of these points, we can slide it all the way over, we can use our guidelines as help, but that's how we would build movement within the slide. Again, you can change your mind and make the thing move from one side to the other. We could also do this with other objects that we have. So for example, let's say we want to add special emphasis to one of these points in our bullet point list here. We could add a shape, for example. Let's flip this shape around. So let's do something like that, just grab the handles. I'm just doing this very quickly. Let's use our alignment guides again to position our arrow in this case exactly where we wanted to. And now while it's selected, let's pull up the inspector once again and let's add some movement to this element. Now, notice that it's moving the wrong way. You see, there's the start and there's the finish. You can see there's the ghosted image there. There's at least the arrowhead itself. If I pull this thing over here, I can also use the path button and move, I can move the entire path or I can shorten the path. It just depends on what your mouse looks like. So if it's a hand, you move the entire path itself and the object with it. If it's just a arrow with a little diamond, I guess, next to it, that's how I adjust the path itself. So again, notice that this is going the wrong way. To change this, all I do is switch the path like that. So there we go. Use the hand and then finally I'm good to go and I've got this. Maybe I want to shorten the arrow or maybe I just want to change my path a little bit; shorten it, start it right there. And so there we go. So the order again is going to be three, the duration and then you might want to have more options and start this on click, especially if you have something like this because you generally, you know, you might want to delay it, but you generally wouldn't want this to come in right at the end. So you may want to combine this with a build-in of this object of a, an appear or a fade in so that the object flame, flip, fly in, whatever you want to do. So there we go. And then it's going to have movement. After that we can change it of course to an arced pattern like this. So obviously I'm getting very elaborate with this slide and this is actually probably something that you don't want to do is just add all kinds of movement and stuff, but again, sometimes you do if you're reaching the climax of your presentation or something like that. Another thing you can do, you saw that you can move these elements around, so you can really dip your arrow down as you can see here. You can also press the option key with the mouse as a hand here on the path and add a point in the path and then you can take that point and let's say, maybe you want the path to look like that. So now it's really going to zigzag around before it reaches its destination. So you get the idea certainly. And if you want to, if you now are dealing with another element in the slide and want to show that path again, you've got, again, that show path button to click on right there and it will show you the path.
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