How to Animate Charts and Tables in Keynote [Solved]

How to Animate Charts and Tables in Keynote

You can animate Keynote tables and charts so that the parts of the element appear on the Keynote logoscreen in sequence. This adds some visual flair to the item, and can even add a touch of drama. Chart builds rank just behind bulleted text builds in usefulness. You can get some dramatic effects when you make the parts of a chart appear sequentially on the screen.

To add a build to a table or chart

1.
Switch to a slide with the table or chart you want to animate.

2.
Tap the Transitions and Animation button in the toolbar.

Keynote switches to the Transitions and Animation mode.

3.
Tap to select the table or chart.

Buttons appear next to the object, showing any build effect that’s already been applied to it. If the text has no build, the Build In and Build Out buttons show None.

4.
Tap either the Build In or Build Out button.

A popover appears showing the available effects .

Choose the build effect you want.

5.
Tap the effect that you want.

Keynote shows you a preview of the effect.

6.
(Optional) Tap the Options button at the bottom of the popover to adjust the build duration, when the build should start, and the delay (if the build begins automatically).

7.
(Optional) Tap the Delivery button at the bottom of the popover to adjust how the build delivers the effect .

The Delivery pane for chart objects.

Credit: http://my.safaribooksonline.com/book/office-and-productivity-applications/9780132736367/using-transitions-and-animations/ch08lev1sec4

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