Animations for PowerPoint

A large number of flash animations occur in my e-modules, but they are tricky to get into PowerPoint presentations, which most of us use for presentation and teaching purposes. I ended up making gif-animations of most of them. There is no start/stop option (they loop and play forever), but a start (or stop) functionality can be faked in ppt by copying the first (or last) image and put it on top of the animation. Then use ppt to animate that picture out to reveal the animation. Free

The files are collected in three ppt files (Chapter 1-10, 12-15, and 16-21) that can be downloaded from this website:

SC rotationOrthorombic fault set for ppt


About Haakon Fossen

Professor of structural geology, University of Bergen. Author of book Structural Geology, published at Cambridge University Press
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One Response to Animations for PowerPoint

  1. Angela Leguizamon says:

    Thanks for shearing!!!

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