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    leaving a trail (PowerPoint xp)

    Today is the first time I am using PowerPoint to make a presentation on lawnbowls.

    I can get the bowl to curve from the mat to its resting place.
    Question is: Is it possible to show a "trail" of the curve of the bowl similar to the curve seen during the design stage.

    Thanks in advance
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    Re: leaving a trail (PowerPoint xp)

    Can you post an example of what you want to do? It is not clear from your description.

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    Re: leaving a trail (PowerPoint xp)

    Should be reasonably simple.

    Add a curved line to your page using the drawing tool so that it reflects the "curve" of your bowl animation. Then select custom animation and enable it after the bowl moves.
    Alternatively if you use a wipe effect you may even be able to synch them to work together so that the line follows the bowl !
    Haven't tried it but you just never know.

    DoctorF

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