Keynote Help :Keynote

Keynote at a glance Keynote makes it easy to create beautiful presentations. Start with one of the themes. Each theme comes with predesigned styles—coordinated sets of colors, borders, effects, and so on—for text, shapes, photos, video, and other objects. When you select an object, you see its formatting controls in the sidebar on the right […]

Keynote Help :Create a new presentation

Create a new presentation Every new Keynote presentation begins with a theme. A theme is a predesigned set of elements—placeholder text and images, fonts, layouts, coordinated colors, and so on—for creating a presentation. Placeholders give you an idea of what a presentation created with this theme might look like when you use its text and […]

Keynote Help :Open an existing presentation

Open an existing presentation Keynote can open presentations saved in iCloud, on your Mac, on connected servers, and in third-party storage providers such as DropBox. You can use Keynote to open and edit Microsoft PowerPoint presentations (.pptx and .ppt), and you can save Keynote presentations in other formats, such as powerpoint, PDF, Keynote ’09, and […]

Keynote Help :Ways to view your slides

Ways to view your Slides You can view your Slides in different ways to help you organize and edit your presentation: Navigator view is the default view and has thumbnail images of each slide, which you click to jump to specific Slides or drag to reorganize your presentation. Light table displays slide thumbnails as if […]

Keynote Help :Show or hide the inspectors

Show or hide the inspectors The Keynote window has a sidebar on the right that shows inspectors for formatting objects, animating objects, and setting presentation and audio options. You can show or hide the sidebar as necessary. Format inspector: Click on the right side of the toolbar. To hide the entire sidebar, click the button […]

Keynote Help :Customize the toolbar

Customize the toolbar The toolbar at the top of the Keynote window gives you quick access to the controls you need and the actions you perform as you work in Keynote. You can add, remove, and rearrange toolbar buttons. Arrange toolbar icons Choose View > Customize Toolbar (from the View menu at the top of […]

Keynote Help :Undo or redo changes

Undo or redo changes You can undo any changes and redo them if you change your mind. Undo or redo actions Undo the last action: Choose Edit > Undo (from the Edit menu at the top of your screen), or press Command-Z. Redo the last action you undid: Choose Edit > Redo, or press Shift-Command-Z.

Keynote Help :Use Handoff with Keynote

Use Handoff with Keynote When your Mac and iOS devices are near each other, you can use Handoff to pass a presentation you’re working on from one to the other. For example, if you’re working on a Keynote presentation on your iPhone and are near your Mac, you can pick up the presentation on your […]

Keynote Help :Add slides

Add Slides When you add a slide, you choose among different slide layouts that are based on your presentation’s theme. Add a slide Do one of the following: Click in the toolbar, then select a slide layout. Select a slide in the slide navigator, then press Return or option-click in the toolbar to create another […]