Timing less than one second

Timing less than one second

Post by U2hlbGRvbi » Wed, 05 Sep 2007 04:24:00


Does anyone know if timing of a slide can be set at less than one second, but
greater than zero?

Thanks
 
 
 

Timing less than one second

Post by dG9obH » Wed, 05 Sep 2007 04:34:03

First, put a checkmark on slide transition automatically after and set it to
00:00.
Next, follow "Delay before Slide Advances Method 2" here:
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>> Does anyone know if timing of a slide can be set at less than one second, but >> greater than zero? >> >> Thanks

 
 
 

Timing less than one second

Post by dG9obH » Wed, 05 Sep 2007 04:38:09

Just to further explain on modifying the delay, you can set it to 1 decimal
place. (e.g. 0.5 seconds)
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Timing less than one second

Post by David M. M » Wed, 05 Sep 2007 22:48:44

=?Utf-8?B?dG9obHo=?= <pptheaven[AT]gmail[DOT]com> wrote in



Also note that PowerPoint is notoriously bad at exact timings. If the exact
timing is critical down the the fraction of a second, PowerPoint might not
be the best choice. If you just want to speed things up a bit, that should
be OK.
--David

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