devlinmartinasked Aug 13, 2020 at 5:24am
Add motion effects with Morph feature in PowerPoint
How to set up Morph transition
To use Morph transition effectively, you'll need to have two slides with at least one common object — the easiest way is to duplicate the slide, then move the object on the second slide to another location or copy. Copy and paste the object from one slide, and then add it on the next slide. Then apply Morph transition to the second slide to watch Morph automatically animate and move your object. Proceed as follows: run 3
In the small Thumbnails pane on the left, click the slide you want to apply the transition to, the second slide where you've added the object, picture, or word you want to apply the transition to.
On the Transitions tab, select Morph.
Note: In PowerPoint for Android, choose Transitions> Transition Effects> Morph.
Choose Transitions> Effect Options to choose how you want the Transform transition to be applied.
You can move objects on the slide, change colors, move words and characters, and more.
Click on Preview to see the Morph transition in action.
Here is an example of how Morph transition can seamlessly animate objects within slides.
Here's the original slide:
This is the second slide with the same objects after the Morph transition has been applied. The planets move without needing their own path or effects are applied.
To create Morph transitions, you need PowerPoint for the web, PowerPoint 2019, or PowerPoint for Office 365. Other versions of PowerPoint (as listed below) may display Morph transitions, but cannot create them. We recommend that you subscribe to Office 365 to stay up to date with the latest Office features, including Morph.