Hot spots and animated Gifs in PowerPoint

This video explains how to add a hot spot and an animated gif to a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. The tutor starts off by showing a completed example of a presentation with hot spots and animated gif. The tutor then recreates a flowchart and saves it as an animated gif. The tutor then inserts the animated gif into the slide master so that it will run on every slide. The tutor goes on to add a hot spot with a hyperlink to the index slide. The hot spot used is a rectangle shape without fill or lines showing. The tutor demonstrates how the features work in full presentation mode. This is a Microsoft PowerPoint tutorial covering, animated gifs, hot spots, hyperlinks, and flowcharts.

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