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OpenOffice Impress 3.x Guide
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Slide animations are similar to transitions, but they are applied to individual elements on a single slideā€”a title, chart, image, or individual bullet point. Animations can make a presentation more lively and memorable. Just as with transitions, heavy use of animations can be fun, but distracting and even annoying for an audience expecting a professional presentation.

Animation effects need to be applied from Normal View so that you can select individual objects on a single slide.

Image:documentation_note.png At present it is not possible to apply animation effects to the slide master elements. This means that if you want to display the items in a text box one by one, you will need to apply the effects to each text box, or alternatively copy the text box from one slide to the other.

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