Keynote for Mac Quick Reference Guide, version 6.2: Introduction (Cheat Sheet of Instructions, Tips & Shortcuts - Laminated Card) by Beezix Inc.

Keynote for Mac Quick Reference Guide, version 6.2: Introduction (Cheat Sheet of Instructions, Tips & Shortcuts - Laminated Card)

Book Title: Keynote for Mac Quick Reference Guide, version 6.2: Introduction (Cheat Sheet of Instructions, Tips & Shortcuts - Laminated Card)

Publisher: Beezix Inc.

ISBN: 1939791170

Author: Beezix Inc.


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Beezix Inc. with Keynote for Mac Quick Reference Guide, version 6.2: Introduction (Cheat Sheet of Instructions, Tips & Shortcuts - Laminated Card)

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The Keynote for Mac Introduction quick reference guide for Apple's presentation software will give concise instructions, tips, and shortcuts to create presentations. Written with Beezix's trademark focus on clarity, accuracy, and the user's perspective, this guide will be a valuable resource to improve your proficiency in using Keynote.

Note: This is the most recent version of Keynote if you are using Mac OS X Mavericks (version 10.9) or earlier. If you are using Yosemite or El Capitan, then look for one of these guides instead: Keynote for Mac 6.5 Introduction (978-1939791399) or Keynote for Mac 6.6 Introduction (978-1944684013).

The following topics are covered:

Creating Slides: Using the Navigator; Adding a New Slide; Changing a Slide's Layout; Deleting a Slide; Changing Slide; Dimensions; Showing Rulers; Changing the Slideshow Theme; Entering Text into a Placeholder; Adding Other Text on the Slide; Using the Format Inspector to Change Font, Size, Bold, Italic, etc.; Changing Text Color; Changing Paragraph Alignment; Changing Line Spacing; Changing Paragraph Spacing; Creating Bulleted or Numbered Lists; Changing Capitalization; Deleting an Element on a Slide; Viewing Many Slides at Once; Rearranging Slides; Using the Outline View; Changing Background Color of a Slide; Changing the Master Slide; Creating a Chart; Inserting Images, Music or Videos; Inserting Shapes; Working with Shapes and Other Objects; Arranging Stacking Order of Objects; Grouping Objects; Assigning Transition Effects and Timings for a Slideshow; Animating an Object; Recording a Voiceover for a Presentation; Playing Audio Across Slide.

Running a Slideshow: Skipping a Slide; Automating a Presentation; Creating Presenter Notes; Printing Handouts, Outlines or Slides.

Also includes a list of shortcuts for formatting, text selection, and for during the slideshow.

Recommended companion title covering iWork basics: Pages, Keynote, Numbers Essentials (ISBN 978-1939791191).