- WEEK 7: SmartArt, Animations and Hyperlinks
- Additional Tips Because most audiences will better understand and recall information that is presented in illustrations and graphics, it is a good idea to use SmartArt and graphics in place of text whenever possible. With PowerPoint 2013, it is possible to create a new SmartArt graphic and add text manually or convert an existing bulleted list to a SmartArt graphic. The Convert to SmartArt command is accessible via the context menu that appears whenever a user right-clicks a bulleted list. Difficult Concept:
Represent bulleted text in graphical format.Animating SmartArt graphics may help to capture the attention of an intended audience. In PowerPoint 2013, it is possible to animate an entire SmartArt graphic at once, one shape at a time, or only animate certain shapes. Commands related to animating SmartArt graphics are accessible via the SmartArt Styles group of the SmartArt Tools Design tab that is active on the Ribbon whenever SmartArt is selected.Difficult Concept:
Animate SmartArt graphics.References/Works Sited:
Gaskin, S., Ferrett, R., Vargas, A., & McLellan, C. (2013). GO! With microsoft office 2013 getting started. Prentice Hall.