Explore the Fade transition effect in PowerPoint.
Author: Geetesh Bajaj
Product/Version: Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
OS: Windows 7 and higher
The Fade transition effect has been one of the oldest transitions available in PowerPoint. It is also the least distracting of all transitions and most PowerPoint designers believe that this is one transition that’s even better than no transition at all, and works in all scenarios.
So why is the Fade transition effect better than no transition at all? That is because Fade removes the harshness of replacing the content of one slide with another, and it does so seamlessly without the audience having to blink their eyes.
Look at this YouTube embedded movie to see how this Fade transition effect looks like.
Here are some guidelines that will help you use the Fade transition effect better.
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