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Rick Rawson

My slide layout is just experimental until I get this figured out. The slide I'm working with just has three bullet points on it. That's it. Ideally, I would like for the user to be able to click on the first bullet point to reveal the second bullet, and so on. A "next" button would also work, but I can't see how to get either of those mechanisms to work.

Michael Hinze

Brian's suggestion is one of many options. You could also create shapes that initially cover the bullet points and then add transparent shapes with triggers that animate these cover shapes with motion path animations. Or you  could use cue points to pause/continue the slide's timeline based on clicks.