How do you hide and reveal text in PowerPoint?
Click the “Home” tab located on the ribbon at the top of PowerPoint 2010. Highlight the text that you wish to hide and select the “Font Color” icon from the Font section of the Ribbon. Change the color to the same color as the background of your slide. Your text will now be hidden.
Click on the object you want to hide before its animation. Switch over to the “Animations” tab and select the type of animation effect you want to use. To make sure an object is hidden before it starts its animation, choose any of the “Entrance” animations—Appear, Fade, Fly In, and so on.
What is the reveal transition in PowerPoint?
The Reveal Transition Effect, as the name suggests, brings forward the next slide by revealing it from within the current slide.
How do you hide something in PowerPoint?
To hide or show an individual object on your slide, open the Selection Pane and select the show/hide button next to the object you want to hide, or show. To edit an object that’s under another object, hide the object on top temporarily, make the changes you want, and then show the object on top again.