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  • See the article in the Am J Orthod Dentofac Orthop, June 2000.
  • Simple text animation. Check the Custom Animation from the Slide Show menu.
  • Custom animation of the forces. Each force appears in turn, when clicking the mouse or pressing any key.
  • Click the keyboard arrow keys. The up and down keys move the force up or down. However, they may also move you to the previous or next slide if the force is at the upper or lower limit.
  • Click once to start animation.
  • Frames will advance automatically (check the settings from the ‘Slide Show _ Slide Transition’ menu)
  • The Button is a Custom Action Button (Slide Show > Action Buttons > Custom), to which text has been added (right-click and select Add Text). The Action Settings for the Button (NOT for the Text in the Button!!) have been set to: Hyperlink to Slide: Frame 1.
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    • 1. Advanced Animation Techniques Part I by Demetrios Halazonetis www.dhal.com
    • 2. Goals of Orthodontic Treatment
      • Aesthetics
      • Function
      • Health
      • Stability
    • 3. Cervical Pull
    • 4. Cervical Pull Use the keyboard arrow keys to change the direction of pull.
    • 5. Cervical Pull Click once. Direction of pull changes automatically.
    • 6. Diagnosis Class II Clinical Exam Click once to start
    • 7. Frame 1
    • 8. Frame 2
    • 9. Frame 3
    • 10. Frame 4
    • 11. Frame 5
    • 12. Frame 6
    • 13. Frame 7
    • 14. Frame 8
    • 15. Frame 9
    • 16. Frame 10
    • 17. Frame 11
    • 18. Frame 12
    • 19. Frame 13
    • 20. Frame 14
    • 21. Frame 15
    • 22. Frame 16 Click here to repeat