AnimationBehavior object (PowerPoint)
Represents the behavior of an animation effect, the main animation sequence, or an interactive animation sequence. The AnimationBehavior object is a member of the AnimationBehaviors collection.
Use Behaviors(index), where index is the number of the behavior in the sequence of behaviors, to return a single AnimationBehavior object. The following example sets the positions of the a rotation's starting and ending points. This example assumes that the first behavior for the main animation sequence is a RotationEffect object.
Sub Change() With ActivePresentation.Slides(1).TimeLine.MainSequence(1) _ .Behaviors(1).RotationEffect .From = 1 .To = 180 End With End Sub
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