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Having a killer Keynote deck isn't enough on its own. This course shows you how to wow your audience with a well-planned presentation. Author Rich Harrington shows you how to successfully export a Keynote deck once it's created and deliver the presentation. He also covers rehearsing your talking points, connecting to a screen, and creating handouts to accompany your slideshow.
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Hi, my name's Rich Harrington. And today, I'm going to be talking to you about one of my favorite pieces of software, Apple Keynote. I've been using Keynote from the very beginning, in fact, I've authored every edition of the official Apple guide to iWork, which covers Keynote. And, I use Keynote almost every day with my business... What I find is that when I need to give a presentation, nothing is better than Keynote. But that's where everything falls apart, when it comes time to actually give the presentation.
In today's training, we're going to focus on a lot of pieces of practical advice, all about the actual act of delivering a presentation. We're going to cover techniques to make sure the presentation is ready to go and that you know how to take advantage of some of the tools inside of Keynote, as well as with your iPad or iPhone, to deliver an effective presentation. We'll also explore some of the mechanics of hooking up to projectors and television sets to make sure that your presentation is ready to go and looks its best. So, we've got a lot to cover. Let's jump in and start to explore.
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