Converting Animations to Individual Slides


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Eric

I need a way to convert a slide with builds into multiple slides, one slide
for every stage of the animation(s). e.g. a slide with 2 text boxes, where
the second box comes in after the presenter clicks forward would need to be 2
slides, one with just the 1st box, and one with both boxes. It would need to
be automated so it can be done on an entire deck of slides and I cannot find
a tool that does this.

*We run synchronized presentations from multiple machines. One machine must
convert the slides for web distribution using an unknown method, but smart
art is usually ruined or blank. Our work-around involved exporting all
slides as images, then importing the new images into a new presentation so
smart art is maintained. The problem is now when the presenter forwards to
an animation inside of a slide, the second machine will forward to the next
slide instead of building the animation (since when you export jpegs it
exports each slide at their final state).

thanks!
-eric
 
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David Marcovitz

I need a way to convert a slide with builds into multiple slides, one slide
for every stage of the animation(s). e.g. a slide with 2 text boxes, where
the second box comes in after the presenter clicks forward would need to be 2
slides, one with just the 1st box, and one with both boxes. It would need to
be automated so it can be done on an entire deck of slides and I cannot find
a tool that does this.

*We run synchronized presentations from multiple machines. One machine must
convert the slides for web distribution using an unknown method, but smart
art is usually ruined or blank. Our work-around involved exporting all
slides as images, then importing the new images into a new presentation so
smart art is maintained. The problem is now when the presenter forwards to
an animation inside of a slide, the second machine will forward to the next
slide instead of building the animation (since when you export jpegs it
exports each slide at their final state).

thanks!
-eric

I wonder if CShow will help you. It is mainly for printing, but it might
have this capability as well:

http://skp.mvps.org/cshow.htm

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David M. Marcovitz
Author of _Powerful PowerPoint for Educators_
http://www.PowerfulPowerPoint.com/
Microsoft PowerPoint MVP
Associate Professor, Loyola University Maryland
 

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