Transformation of simple shapes

Introduction to Morph Control of turns

Morph performs the transformation if there is the same object with different parameters on different slides. Therefore, if there is a square on the first slide, and there is a circle on the next one there will be no transformation since these are two different objects.

If you move the yellow slider of a rounded rectangle (standard shape in PowerPoint), you can get three shapes from one object. It should be rounded rectangle, not regular rectangle.

The same rectangle on different slides, with different rounding.

  • Example 1

    Step 1

    It is easier to create slide with all states of objects, and then duplicate it and remove unnecessary elements.

    Draw a rounded rectangle and duplicate it. Using the rounding point, make the desired shapes. Then change the size.

    We make a gradient fill of shapes in the menu “Format Shapes”.

    Add icons and text.

    Step 2

    Duplicate the first slide and leave the elements only for the 2nd slide, as shown in the picture.

    Step 3

    Duplicate the first slide and leave the elements only for the 3rd slide, as shown in the picture.

  • Example 2

    Step 1

    We draw shapes to create phone on slide.

    Step 2

    Duplicate the slide and resize shapes.
    We add one more rectangle for the stand. Set the transition Morph.

  • Example 3

    Step 1

    To create the effect of highlighting of cells in the table it is enough to create rounded rectangles and change their position and colours on different slides.

    Step 2

    The table should be without fill, and the figure should be in the background.

    Step 3

    The text colour in the cells that we want to highlight is changed manually.