Introduction to Morph

Morph in PowerPoint Transformation of simple shapes

Simple transformations

Morph automatically transforms the object if it has different parameters on different slides.

It is enough just to move the object or change its colour on the next slide so that the transformation takes place.

If several parameters of the object have changed, they will change all at once.

If the parameters have changed for several objects, all objects will transform simultaneously.

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  • Example 1

    Step 1

    You need to draw two rectangles with a minimum thickness and place a number between them.

    Step 2

    The following slides we create by duplicating the first slide

    Step 3

    On the new slides, change the text and rotate the rectangles to the desired angles.

    Step 4

    On the last slide, the lines need to be placed outside the canvas to create a line-out effect.

  • Example 2

    Step 1

    Draw a rounded rectangle.

    Step 2

    On each slide, we change its position and stroke.

    Step 3

    On the last slide, stretch the rectangle and change the stroke to a gradient one.To open this panel, right-click on the shape → Shape Format

  • Example 3

    Step 1

    To place the figures circle-wise, you should group them by twos, then duplicate the group and rotate it. When you put the figures in their place, ungroup them.


    Step 2

    On the second slide, all the figures must be put in one place.

    Step 3

    To get the third slide, duplicate the first slide and down-size the shapes. In order to simultaneously down-size all the figures relative to the center proportionally, it is necessary to select all the figures and begin to scale one of the selected figures with Ctrl + Shift (for MacOS: Option + Shift).