Peek 360 In animation does not complete

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You may find that a shape, image, text, or other object with a Peek 360 In animation applied to it may appear truncated or cut off (i.e., the Peek 360 In animation does not complete) if both the following criteria are true:

  • The Peek 360 In animation is the last (or only) animation on the slide.
  • The slide also has narration or audio.

This is a known issue.  You can correct it.  Here's how:

  1. Add a new shape or image to the slide.
  2. Add the Peek 360 In entrance animation to the new shape or image.
  3. Move the new shape or image off the PowerPoint slide (so that it will not appear in the published output).