When you use PowerPoint to make slides, you add some visual effects through the built-in transition templates, but because PowerPoint offers only a handful of plane transition templates, it's uninteresting to see more. Do you want the slide to have a professional 3D switch effect? Try this powerplugs!
After the powerplugs is installed, the program automatically installs the appropriate Plug-ins in PowerPoint and adds three shortcut buttons to the PowerPoint toolbar, which allows you to add a 3D toggle effect to the slide.
First, follow the normal steps to edit a slide document, and then click the "Add 3D Transition" button in the toolbar and select various transitions in the "Style" Drop-down list, which you can preview from the upper "Effect" area. It is easy to define different styles of transition effects for each slide in this WYSIWYG mode of work. In addition, there are some human options, such as setting transition effect switch speed, whether the use of background music, from the mouse click to switch the next one or delay a certain time after the automatic switching.
If you need to define a transition effect for a slide document that has a lot of pages, you can select Random Transition directly from the Style Drop-down list, which allows the program to randomly assign transitions effects.
After you have done this, click the "View Show with 3D" button to preview the entire slide transition effect, and then click on the "Pack 3D Effects" button to integrate various effects into the slide document. This allows you to enjoy a variety of 3D effects even in computers that do not have PowerPlugs installed.Classification: