In PowerPoint, you can copy animations from one object to another by using the Animation Painter.

Animation Painter applies animation effects and characteristics uniformly to other objects with one click.

(After you start playing the video, you can click the sizing arrow Click the sizing arrow at the bottom right of the video frame to enlarge the video at the bottom right of the video frame to enlarge the video.)

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Copy an animation

  1. Select the object that has the animations that you want to copy.

  2. On the Animations tab of the toolbar ribbon, in the Advanced Animation group, click Animation Painter.

    The Animations tab in the PowerPoint 2010 ribbon.

    Your cursor changes to appear like this: The Animation Painter cursor

  3. On the slide, click the object to which you want to copy the animations.

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