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Add Page Transitions

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Page transitions can be dynamic effects for your web site.

This How-To Article shows you how to add several PowerPoint-type transitions to your web pages.

Important Note: Page transitions will not work in all web browsers.

Add Page Transitions

1. Open the page that you would like to add the transition to.

2. Click the Format menu and select "Page Transitions..." from the menu that appears.

3. From the "Event:" drop-down menu, select when you would like to transition to take place.

4. From the "Transition effect:" list, select the transition that you would like to use.

5. From the "Duration (seconds):" text box, enter the amount of time, in seconds, that you would like the transition to take.

Tip: You can set a different transition for each event from the "Event:" drop-down menu.

6. Click OK.

7. Save the page, and view it in your web browser to see what the transition looks like.

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