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Keynote Remote is included in the latest versions of Keynote for iOS. To use Keynote Remote, you need an iOS device with Keynote 2.1 or later and a Mac with Keynote 6.1 or later. Before using Keynote Remote, be sure that you have the latest version of Keynote available on your Mac and iOS devices. For best results, update your iOS devices to the most recent version of iOS. Before you can use Keynote Remote with your presentation, you need to link your remote device to your Mac or another iOS
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Redesigned document manager: open presentations stored anywhere in iCloud Drive, easily find shared presentations, and create nested folders. Get complete step-by-step instructions and information on all the features in Keynote for iCloud.
Open a presentation You can open presentations saved on your Mac, in iCloud Drive, on connected servers, and in third-party storage providers. If you can’t open a Keynote presentation, make sure that you have the latest version of Keynote from the Mac App Store. If a presentation is dimmed and can’t be selected, it means the presentation can’t be opened by Keynote . You can also import a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation (files with a .pptx or .ppt filename extension) into Keynote and make
You can add notes to any slide to help you present.
Add links to a Keynote presentation You can turn text, text boxes, images, shapes, lines, arrows, and videos into links that you can click during a presentation to open webpages or email message windows, or jump to other slides. Objects that have links appear just like normal objects in your presentation. As you type text in a text box or shape, Keynote automatically detects valid web addresses (URLs) and email addresses. (The address must be followed by a space, tab, or return character
Here's what you need: Your paired Apple Watch and iPhone. Keynote for iOS 2.5.3 or later on your iPhone. Open Keynote for iOS 2.5.3 or later on your iPhone at least once before you use Keynote on Apple Watch. Keynote on your Apple Watch. Use the Apple Watch app on your iPhone to install the latest version of Keynote . To make sure the app installed, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, then tap My Watch > Keynote > Show App on Apple Watch. Keynote works best with these settings
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Select text in Keynote To edit text, you either select the text or place the insertion point in a word or paragraph where you want to begin editing. Select text Select one or more characters: Click in front of the first character and drag across the characters you want to select. Select a word: Double-click the word. Select a paragraph: Triple-click in the paragraph. Select a range of text: Click in front of the first character, then hold down the Shift key on your keyboard and click at the end
Select and move objects in the Keynote object list The object list is useful for managing the placement of objects (text boxes, lines, shapes, images, charts, and tables) in a presentation, and for selecting objects on a slide that might otherwise be difficult to select (because they’re placed behind or grouped with other objects). In the object list, objects are shown in the layering order they appear on the slides (known as the stack). You can select objects in the object list then group
Collaborate on a shared Keynote presentation Whether you’re the owner of a shared presentation or have been invited to collaborate, after you open the presentation you can see the edits made by others in real time, hide or show editing activity, and more. The number of people editing or viewing the presentation (not including you) appears on the Collaborate button in the toolbar, and their names appear in the participant list. Accept an invitation to collaborate When you receive a link
Replace text automatically in a Keynote presentation You can set Keynote to automatically replace certain text with text that you specify. For example, you can have Keynote replace teh with the or (c) with © as you type. You can also replace all instances of specific text in your presentation with other text you define. Replace text as you type Choose Keynote > Preferences (from the Keynote menu at the top of your screen). Click Auto-Correction at the top of the preferences window
About the security content of Pages 6.1, Numbers 4.1, and Keynote 7.1 for Mac and Pages 3.1, Numbers 3.1, and Keynote 3.1 for iOS
This document describes the security content of Pages 6.1, Numbers 4.1, and Keynote 7.1 for Mac and Pages 3.1, Numbers 3.1, and Keynote 3.1 for iOS.
Set author name and comment color in Keynote You can specify the author name and color that are used to identify your comments. Each person uses a different color. Set your author name You can change the name that appears in the comments you make in Keynote . The new name appears the next time you comment in a presentation and for comments in new presentations; it won’t change the name that appears on comments you made previously. Choose Keynote > Preferences (from the Keynote menu at the top
Use iCloud with Keynote iCloud stores your presentations and keeps them up-to-date on your computers and iOS devices that are signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID. You always see the latest version of your presentation, no matter where you made your last edits. For seamless syncing of presentations, use iCloud Drive, iOS 8 or later on your devices, and OS X 10.10 or later on your Mac computers. You can also use Keynote for iCloud to create and edit Keynote presentations using a supported
Use a WebDAV server to store and transfer Keynote presentations You can copy your Keynote presentations to a WebDAV server then transfer them from the server to your iOS device. Connect to a WebDAV server from a Mac Click the desktop to switch to the Finder. Choose Go > Connect to Server (from the Go menu at the top of your screen). Type the address of the server in the Server Address field, then click Connect. The server address should be in a form similar to this: http://servername.com/path
Move a Keynote presentation You can move a presentation to another location, including to another folder or to a server, or from iCloud to your Mac and vice versa. Click anywhere in the open presentation to make it active, then choose File > Move To (from the File menu at the top of your screen). Click the Where pop-up menu, then choose a new location. If you use iCloud Drive, you can move the presentation to the Keynote folder there by choosing Keynote —iCloud. If you choose iCloud Drive
Raise and lower characters and text in a Keynote presentation There are two ways to raise or lower text in relation to adjacent text: Make characters superscript or subscript: This moves the characters higher or lower and makes them smaller, which is useful for adding copyright or trademark symbols, for example. Adjust the baseline shift: This lets you fine-tune text placement without changing text size. Make characters superscript or subscript Select one or more characters you want to raise
If a presentation doesn’t appear in Keynote for iCloud If a Keynote presentation created on your Mac doesn’t appear Do the following: Make sure your Mac is connected to the Internet. Make sure you’re using a supported browser. Verify that iCloud is set up on your computer, and that iCloud Drive is turned on for Keynote in the iCloud pane of System Preferences. Make sure your Mac has OS X 10.10 or later installed. Make sure the presentation isn’t in the process of being uploaded. Open Keynote
Replace text automatically in a Keynote presentation You can set Keynote to automatically replace certain text with text that you specify. For example, you can have Keynote replace teh with the or (c) with © as you type. These text shortcuts apply only to Keynote presentations. Use a shortcut to enter text With a text shortcut, you can type a few characters and have Keynote automatically replace them with the full text. For example, you could create a shortcut that lets you type por
Connect objects in Keynote with a line You can join two objects with a curved, straight, or right-angle connecting line. If you move one or more connected objects, they remain joined by the line. This is especially useful if you’re creating a flowchart. Before you do this task, add two or more objects to the slide that you want to connect. Connect two objects with a line Click in the toolbar. From the Basic category, click the curved line to add it to the slide (you can change it to a straight
Stop sharing a Keynote presentation If you’re the owner, you can stop sharing a presentation to prevent anyone from viewing or editing it. Click in the toolbar, then click Share Options. Click Stop Sharing, then click OK. Anyone who has the presentation open when you stop sharing sees an alert; the presentation closes when the alert is dismissed, and the presentation is removed from the participants’ iCloud Drive. The link to the presentation no longer works. If you later share the presentation
Export a Keynote presentation to PowerPoint or another file format You can export a Keynote presentation to save a copy of it in another format–PDF or Microsoft PowerPoint. Exporting a presentation in another format is useful when you’re sharing it with others who may use different software from you. Any changes made to the exported version don’t affect the original. Save a presentation in another format Open the presentation, then tap . Tap Export, then tap a format (PDF or PowerPoint
Show or hide the Keynote sidebars The Keynote window has a sidebar on the right that shows either the Format, Animate, or Document inspector. These inspectors have controls for formatting text and objects, for animating objects, and for setting presentation and audio options. You can show or hide the sidebar. Format inspector: Click on the right side of the toolbar. To hide the sidebar, click the button again. This inspector shows formatting controls for whatever is selected in the presentation
Highlight text in Keynote You can highlight text in text boxes and in shapes. These highlights aren’t visible in printed presentations. When multiple people are working on a presentation, each person’s highlights appear in a unique color. To learn how to change your color, see Set author name and comment color. Tip: If you want highlights that are visible in your final presentation, add a background color to text in any color. This type of highlight isn’t included with Keynote review tools
Restore an earlier version of a Keynote presentation Every time you save a presentation, Keynote saves it as a new version. As a result, you can browse earlier versions, save a copy of an earlier version, or restore a presentation to an earlier version. You can also copy and paste text and objects from an earlier version to the current version. View, copy, and restore an earlier version With the presentation open, choose File > Revert To (from the File menu at the top of your screen
Create a custom table cell format in Keynote You can create your own cell formats for displaying numbers, text, and date and time values. Your custom formats are saved automatically and listed in the Data Format pop-up menu so you can use them again. You might need to create a custom text format for a numeral so that you can use it as a text label. For example, if you enter a zip code with a leading zero, Keynote would normally treat it as a number and remove the leading zero automatically