Develop a graphic for a PowerPoint slide
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I am not sure if I am going to be able to explain this very well but I will give it a try.
I need a PowerPoint slide done for a presentation I do. At first I need a blank screen and then a fly in of four pieces of Swiss cheese (animated not real). Once they are in place I need an arrow to appear at the left hand side. On the first mouse click it goes through one of the holes on the first piece of cheese but then bounces of the second. On the next mouse click it goes through aligned holes in the first and the second but bounces off the third. On the next mouse click it goes through aligned holes in the first, second and third but bounces off the fourth. On the next mouse click it goes through aligned holes on all of them.
Once that is done I need a new slide with the four pieces of cheese on the screen and on the click, some of the holes disappear and some become smaller (but there are still some holes). Using the arrow again, show it going through the first and then bouncing off the second and then going through the second but bouncing off the third but no further (because there are fewer holes and they are smaller).
I then need a new slide where two more slices of cheese fly in to form a row of six pieces of cheese. Once again I would like the arrow to go through the first and then the first and the second but not be able to penetrate further than that.
An example of the picture I am currently using in my training can be found at this URL so you get the idea (although I do not need the writing that is there).
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I hope this explains it well enough.
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