how to animate text with google docs presentation

How to animate text with Google Docs Presentation
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This guide is part of the Google Docs series

Guides in this series:

1. Auto fit column width in Google docs spreadsheets
2. Change a date in a Google doc spreadsheet cell
3. Change the hyperlink color in a docs document
4. Change the slide speed in Google Docs presentation
5. Convert Google docs spreadsheet into a PDF file
6. Convert Google docs spreadsheet into an Excel file
7. Freeze top row when scrolling in Google Docs
8. How to add a column to a google docs spreadsheet
9. How to add a URL to a Google doc document
10. How to add a URL to a Google doc spreadsheet




Make: Google

Model / Product: Docs

Version: Presentation

Objective / Info: Create a slide and animate the title text in Google Docs Presentation.


1
Open Google Docs be visiting www.google.com and selecting the "more" link and the "Documents"
  Note : A Google account is required to use Google Docs. If you need to sign up for an account, sign up for any google product. e.g. GMail at mail.google.com and click the "Create an Account" button.

2
In the upper left hand corner, click the "Create New" button, then select the "Presentation" option.
3
Double left click and add text to the "Click to add title" text box on the right side of the screen.
  Note : We have used Quikstarts.com

4
Carefully roll your mouse over the grey border of the box until a cross hair appears.
5
Right click and then select "Interval" and left click.
6
A tiny clock icon should appear in the lower left hand column of the text box.
7
Click "View" on the toolbar and select "Start Presentation"
  Note : You can also press the "CTRL+F5" keys to start the presentation.

8
When the presentation starts, you should not see the title box because it is now animated. You should see the subtitle box because it has not been animated.
9
You can also press the "left arrow" key on the keyboard to start the animation. At which time the text in the title box should fade in.
  Note : You can also press the "left arrow" key on the keyboard to start the animation.

10
Make any other edits and press the save icon to save the presentation.
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