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Writing motion as animation in PowerPoint

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Is there a writing motion animation in PowerPoint (2013)?

I know that a variety of entrance and emphasis animations are present in PowerPoint but I'm wondering if anyone has ever seen one that simulates writing. What I mean by that is suppose you are capturing a video of a calligrapher writing something on a white piece of paper. And then suppose that you could somehow remove the calligrapher's hand and pen so that all you see is the script appearing as it's written.

Is that effect present in one of the built-in animations or an add-in?

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There's no animation that can do that.
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