You do not need to apply the animation to each object separately if there are multiple objects on a PowerPoint presentation that you wish to have the same motion applied to them. Instead, arrange them in a group such that they function as a single object.
- Open the PowerPoint presentation, then navigate to the slide that has the items you want to group and animate. If you haven't already, you can insert the items by clicking the "Insert" tab and selecting an option (such as "Pictures" or "Shapes") for the thing you want.
- Next, choose every item you want to group together from the slide. You can do this by clicking the items while holding down the "Ctrl" key (or "Command" on a Mac).
- As an alternative, you can hover your mouse over the items and click and drag.
- In the event that a box surrounds an object, it is chosen.
- Right-click a chosen object next.
- Hover your cursor over "Group" in the context menu that displays, and then choose "Group" from the submenu.
- As a result of the grouping of all the selected objects, PowerPoint will now treat them as one object.
- All of the objects in that group will be affected when you apply an animation.
- To set an animation, click the group and then select the desired animation from the "Animation" options on the "Animations" tab. In this example, we'll utilize the "Float In" animation.
- Now, when you play the animation, all of the group's objects will move at once.
All there is to it is that! The versatility of PowerPoint's object manipulation features plays a significant role in its attractiveness. By adding several motion routes to your grouped item, you can advance your animation abilities.