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1. PowerPoint Timer 3. Click the image, go to the ‘add custom animations’ thing (I don’t remember where it is on 97-02 office but it isn’t hard to find), click…
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  • 1. PowerPoint Timer
  • 3. Click the image, go to the ‘add custom animations’ thing (I don’t remember where it is on 97-02 office but it isn’t hard to find), click ‘exit’ then ‘fly out’.
  • 4. Right click on the thing you just added to the ‘custom animation’ sequence (picture 3 with the ‘fly out’ symbol on the example below), then left click ‘effect options’
  • 5. <ul><li>This box will open, click the ‘timing’ tab. Then select ‘speed’, if you don’t want any of those, change the number of seconds, for example I’ve typed in ‘30’. It’ll then take 30 seconds to exit from the screen – once it’s gone, your 30 seconds are up. </li></ul><ul><li>By clicking ‘triggers’ you can set it so the 30 seconds start when you click ‘picture 3’…so you could have instructions on the page, and then click the image to start the ‘task time’. </li></ul>
  • 6. <ul><li>You can also insert sound clips; tell ppt to play the sound ‘after previous’ (next to the ‘start’ option on the custom animation box), and once the brain has gone off screen, the sound will play (as on slide 1). </li></ul>
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