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Bounce example of possible use

This series has some great bounce graphics to illustrate bouncing away from, to, and traveling from left to right (or right to left if you flip the graphic). Bouncing can illustrate momentum and movement or loss of same. The graphic does all the work, so you don't have to add animation to show movement. The series example shows a bounce graphic with two lines added to show a ricochet – very easy to add these simple lines.

If you'd like to get a little fancy and animation schemes are your thing, please see the Bounce Power Chart. It is an animated version of this chart. The graphic is not in the chart, but it was used to draw the animated motion path. The tutorial will explain it in detail. There are a few steps, but it is very simple if you take your time and follow the steps. The exercise will help elevate your level of expertise with PowerPoint as well.

There are 77 bounce graphics in this series but only one download. It's important to select the correct graphic for the space allowed and the message being delivered. We've decided to put all of them in one download to make the selection process easier.


Tutorial for Wedge

Keywords: bounce, ricochet, impervious, repel, solid, resist infiltration, barrier, safe, momentum, motion, loss of motion, loss of momentum, path

Categories: Forces, Concepts

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