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On this tutorial I will present you the right way to align shapes radially in a circle with precise accuracy in an effort to create an animated spinning wheel of names or textual content that can be utilized in Microsoft PowerPoint as, for instance, a random pupil identify picker.
** Please notice that if utilizing an older model of PowerPoint (2006 or earlier) you have to to make the change beneath **
I’ve found that this may be a problem for older variations of PowerPoint. The answer is so as to add a slide earlier than the wheel slide, with an automated transition to the subsequent slide set to as quick a time as you possibly can – 0.2 seconds. Then add a button on the wheel slide that claims ‘Reset’ that hyperlinks again to the primary slide. If you play the presentation the primary slide will not even be seen as a result of it’s going to transition straight to the wheel slide, after which once you click on the reset button you may discover that the wheel resets and the result’s all the time random.
I’ve now uploaded a duplicate of this template to TES Sources for anybody to obtain free.