Zoom troubles... zoom region vs. changing state.. neither look great :-(
I'm having troubles with zooming in on some small text that is on the cover of document--represented in an image. I've tried two ways, and I'm not quite happy with either one. Maybe there's a third way I haven't thought of as well. A sample file is attached.
Sadly, it's government work so I've had to remove the audio and block out some things. I want to call the user's attention to a URL at the bottom of a page. This happens about 1/2 - way through the slide--you'll see a box with a big orange rectangle show up. The text at the bottom of that shape will then zoom out/become larger, and then return.
On the first slide, I tried a zoom region. The problem is that to honor proportion, the text must be very small, hence the need to zoom. When I did the zoom, the effect is close to what I want, but some of the letters are squished together. I don't know if this is a function of the region size, the font, or both, and whether it can be corrected. It also looks a bit messy, as it takes over the whole slide, so perhaps there is a more visually appealing way to do this.
On the second one, I tried changing the state. This looks better. It's not quite the zoom effect, but it will do. Also, the text, when 'zoomed' appears on 4 lines instead of 1 line, but I suppose I can live with that.
Do you have suggestions for how to improve? Is there a better method? Do you have a preference for method, knowing what I'm trying to do?