As I was studying on participles I came across the following sentence.
Shouting with happiness, William celebrated his chance to interview at SunTrust.
I know the participle phrase in the sentence modifies the William so the sentence is grammatically correct and what I understand from the sentence is that William shouted with happiness (first) and then celebrated his chance to interview.But even though he shouted first , I think, celebration and shouting may overlaps in terms of time also.But I am not certain about it.
My question is that what would the sentence imply if I changed present participles with past participles as the following:
Shouted with happiness, William celebrated his chance to interview at SunTrust.
Would it change the order of the actions or interval between the actions or stress on them?