Problem with two slides that include two animations and one transition

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I have made a PowerPoint slide presentation that includes two slides. The first with two animations and the second with one transition. The second comes right after the first. The animations are to fly in a text box over a white rectangle and then to fly both out—all the animations happen on clicks. That works fine.

 

The next slide is a closeup of the preceding slide and I've added a morph to zoom in. The problem I'm encountering is that when I advance the slide from the first to the second, it zooms in properly but for just a second the textbox and white underlying white rectangle display, fading in and then out. Just briefly. Is there a way to avoid that?

 

I've attached a screen movie of the problem.

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