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How to Apply Transition Effects to Slides in Presentation 2013

Transition effects are special effects that occur between slides in the Slide Show mode. Kingsoft Presentation 2013 provides 60 different transition effects to meet almost all of your needs. The Slide Sorter View serves as a convenient way to view all of the slides in your presentation for inserting transition effects.

Set the Transition Effect

In the Animation tab, there are previews of the different kinds of transition effects available. See below:

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Figure 1 Transition Effect showcase

The Transition Effects task window offers additional options for transition effects, including transition type, speed, and sound.

Apply Transition Effect to A Slide

Each slide can have a unique transition effect in Kingsoft Presentation. In the following example, the Wedge transition effect will be applied to a new slide. The steps are as follows:

Step 1 In the View tab, click Slide Sortertransition effect. Another way is to click the Slide Sorter View buttontransition effect, which is located right below the window to switch to the Slide Shorter View.

Step 2 Open the Animation tab and click Transition Effectstransition effect. The Slide Transition task window will appear on the right.

Select the slide and choose Wedge in the Apply to selected slides section of the Slide Transition task window.

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Figure 2 Select the Transition Effect

Step 3 In the Modify transition section, select Medium in the Speed drop-down list and Applause in the Sound drop-down list.

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Figure 3 Set the speed and sound for transition effect

Step 4 Select the Loop until next sound begins check box right under the sound list.

Step 5 Select the on mouse click check box in the Advance slide section.

After finalizing the settings, an animation icontransition effect will appear on the top left of the slide.

Apply Transition Effect to Multiple Slides

Kingsoft Presentation provides different ways to apply transition effects to multiple slides at a time.

Apply transition effects to nonadjacent slides

To apply a transition effect to multiple slides at a time, do as follows:

Step 1 In the Animation tab, click Transition Effectstransition effect. The Slide Transition task window will appear on the right.

Step 2 Hold the <Ctrl> key and select the nonadjacent slides.

Step 3 Select Wedge in the Apply to selected slides section of the Slide Transition task window. In the Modify transition section, select Medium in the Speed drop-down list and Applause in the Sound drop-down list. Select the on mouse click check box in the Advance slide section.

After finishing the settings, an animation icon will appear on the up left of the selected slides.

Apply transition effects to all slides

Step 1 Open the Animation tab and click Transition Effects transition effect. The Slide Transition task window will appear on the right.

Step 2 Select a slide.

Step 3 Select Wedge in the Apply to selected slides section of the Slide Transition task window. In the Modify transition section, select Medium in the Speed drop-down list and Applause in the Sound drop-down list. Select the on mouse click check box in the Advance slide section.

Step 4 Click Apply to All Slides.

After finishing the settings, an animation icon will appears on the up left of all the slides.

Tips: When a presentation contains multiple masters, the Apply to Master button will appear in the Slide Transition task window. Click the button to apply the transition effects to the corresponding master.