How to Make a Firework Animation in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007





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Uploaded on May 16, 2010

This is the very first video tutorial of G-World Productions.

1. First, make a circle and put in the color of fill effects you would want. I'd recommend removing the line.

2. Add a small and thinner oval and put it at the bottom of the screen so that the viewers cannot see it. Put also the desired fill effects.

3. Click on the thin oval, add custom animation -- Entrance -- Appear -- After Previous.

4. Add another custom animation: Motion Paths -- Draw Custom Path -- Then draw your line up to the bigger circle -- Then start WITH PREVIOUS -- Right click animation -- Effect Options -- Untick smooth start and smooth end --Very fast (or whichever speed you want.)

5. Another custom animation: Exit -- Disappear -- After Previous.

6. Now select the bigger circle and add custom animation Appear -- With Previous.

7. Add more: Emphasis -- Grow/Shrink -- With Previous -- Right click -- Set grow size you want -- Very Fast (or whichever speed you want.)

8. Add an exit effect Disappear -- Dissolve Out -- With Previous -- Very Fast.

9. Now copy-paste how many of them you want end edit the size of the Grow animation to make it more appealing.

10. You're done! Good luck with those animations. :)


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