How to Add Animations in PowerPoint
An animation effect is a preset visual effect that can be applied to the text or objects on a slide.
From here, you can see all the available animations They're grouped by Entrance, Exit, and Emphasis effects.
Don’t get too crazy with your animations. Animation effects should be used to call attention to the main points of your slide. Too many effects can detract from your presentation.
The preset animation is applied to the text or object and a preview of the effect is displayed. A number appears next to the object showing the order in which the animation will be displayed.
Animating objects on a slide is really no different than animating text. However, you’ll notice the available effect options will differ depending on what’s being animated.
You can add multiple animations to a single object by selecting the text or graphic, clicking the Add Animation button in the Advanced Animation group, and selecting an option.
An animation effect can quickly be removed if you decide you don’t like it.
The animation effect is removed from the text or object.