If you have multiple people who contributed to your PowerPoint presentation, you must add ongoing credit to the last slide using the scrolling text animation. You do this as follows in your next presentation.
First navigate to the last slide of your presentation and insert an empty text box. You can do this by clicking on the "Text box" icon in the "Text" group of the "Insert" tab.
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Your cursor turns into an arrow and, after you click, a cross hairs. Click and drag the cursor to draw the text box.
Because credits are usually aligned in the center of the page or screen, we will set ours in the same way. On the & # 39; tab, select Home & # 39; the & # 39; Center & # 39; icon in the & # 39; Paragraph & # 39; group. This places your cursor in the middle of the text box.
Then enter the names of the people you want to credit. When it's done, it's time to give the text box an animation. Click on the text box and on the "Animations" tab, select the "Add Animation" button in the "Advanced Animation" group.
A drop-down menu appears. Select "More entry effects" at the bottom of the menu.
The "Add Access Effect" window appears. Scroll down to the & # 39; Exciting & # 39; group, select & # 39; Credits & # 39; and then select the & # 39; OK & # 39; to complete your effect selection.
rolling credits animation is now added to your PowerPoint presentation. Go to the presenter view to see the current credits in action.