We know that PowerPoint can be stacked on a layered scale for the objects that are being demonstrated. In this way, we may want to show the Chinese characters to the top, and make it transparent. Then, in the lower layer, the color blocks of another color are gradually filled in the order of their strokes, so that the animation is not written in Chinese characters when playing? The specific implementation process is this:
Step one: Click the Rectangle tool on the Drawing toolbar, drag a rectangle in the window, and fill it with yellow color. Then use the "Straight line" tool, draw a line and slash, make a "rice" character lattice. In order to align the drawn lines with the rectangular frame more accurately, you can press the "ALT" key while drawing the line, or after drawing the line, press the "CTRL" key and the direction key to adjust the position. When finished, select the rectangles and lines, right-click, and select group → Group from the pop-up shortcut menu to combine them into one object.
Step Two: Click the Insert WordArt tool in the Drawing toolbar, select the first row of the first column of the WordArt style in the Open WordArt dialog box, and then enter the Chinese character to be shown in the Edit WordArt Text dialog box and set the font. After the determination, the required hollow Chinese characters can be obtained. When selected, adjusts its size with the control handle and drags its position to the middle of the "M" character. As shown in Figure 1. Select the rice character and WordArt to group them into one object.
Step three: Press the "ctrl+x" key to cut off the grouped objects. Then click the menu command "edit → paste" and double-click "Bitmap" in the Open dialog box. As shown in the figure. Paste it back into the window as a picture.
Step Fourth: Click the picture you pasted back, display the Picture toolbar, click the Set Transparent Color tool, and then click the white part of the Chinese character. In this way, we can get a transparent Chinese character. As shown in Figure 3. (If you don't see the Picture toolbar, you can right-click the picture and select the Show Picture Toolbar command on the pop-up shortcut menu)
Fifth step: Click the Rectangle tool in the Drawing toolbar, draw a rectangular color block, set its fill color and border line to be black, resize it, and move it to the middle of the first pen to the left of the vertical line, so that it blocks a small part of the vertical bar. The size of the color block as long as can cover the vertical bar can be slightly larger, but try not to block other strokes, so as not to affect the effect of the demo.
Step Sixth: Right click on the small color block, select the "Custom Animation" command from the pop-up shortcut menu, and open the Custom Animation task pane. Click "add effect → enter → appear". The start of the appear effect in the task pane is then set to after. Click the Drop-down button on the right side of the "rectangle" in the Task item list and tap the "timing" command.
Open the Appear dialog box. Enter "0.2" seconds in the input box after delay. As shown in the figure.
Seventh Step: Select the small and medium color block, hold down the "CTRL" key while dragging down the mouse to copy the new color block. Makes the new color block partially overlapping with the original color block. Continue to repeat this operation, in the order of writing the small color block, until the small color block will all the strokes covered. Note that you must follow the order of the Strokes, and the color blocks should be in the order of copying, otherwise the presentation will appear "Writing order" error.
When you are finished, select the first small color block, and in the task pane, reset the start to click, and the remaining color blocks are unchanged.
The last step: Select the "M" character, right-click, in the pop-up shortcut menu, click "stacking order → put the top" command, will do a good job of the WordArt cover all the color block above.
All right. Now you can demonstrate the effect. What's the difference? No more than the other animation software.