Explore the Curtains transition effect in PowerPoint.
Author: Geetesh Bajaj
Product/Version: Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
OS: Windows 7 and higher
The Curtains transition effect was introduced in PowerPoint 2013 for Windows. If you play slides using the Curtains transition effect in previous versions such as PowerPoint 2010, this effect may be substituted with the Fade transition effect.
Look at this YouTube embedded movie to see how this Curtains transition effect looks like.
Here are some guidelines for using the Curtains transition effect:
Unfortunately, the curtains only open, and there is no way to close the curtain. Many PowerPoint users do wish there was an option to reverse the Curtains transition so that they can add a Curtains Close transition on their last slide.
If you would also like to see such an option, you can vote for this option here: Please make a curtain-closing transition in PowerPoint.
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