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Looping Cross Fading Images in PowerPoint

We are often asked if this can be done! A series of pictures fading into each other constantly looping on a single slide. The slide is most often used as an title or introduction.It is possible to set up a looping custom show to do this but this is not entirely satisfactory.

This neat Add In creates totally new custom animations to make LOOPING cross fades a reality. You have control over the cross fade duration and also the "steady state" time!

You can easily (10 seconds!) create looping picture shows with cross fades on a single slide AND have other animations continue (even "On Click"!). You can also have looping text boxes or shapes and in fact pretty well anything else that can be animated.

Graphs? Yes looping graphs will work just fine!

Your presentation contains no code or Flash and will work on any PC with PowerPoint XP or higher or in the Viewers (not 97). The Add In is NOT needed on the PC that plays the presentation.

WE know it's hard to believe so DOWNLOAD a demo here!

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Fade&Loop needs a PC with PowerPoint XP, 2003,2007,2010 or 2013 installed. The completed presentations require these versions OR the free viewer. The addin supports 64 bit Office.

Fade&Loop is only $29.99 Buy it here and get INSTANT download. You will receive a password and Download location within 15 minutes - If it doesn't arrive check your SPAM! Some spam filters can detect auto responders.

money back if not satisfied - No quibbles!

 

 
 

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