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Keynote is Apple's iWork application for creating effective and impressive presentations. In Keynote '09 Essential Training, presentation designer Craig Syverson teaches new and experienced Keynote users how to apply this program to its full potential. Craig demonstrates the entire creative process, from building basic slides with text and images and using the new built-in themes, to distributing the final product. Exercise files accompany the course.
If you are a premium member of the lynda.com Online Training Library or if you are watching this tutorial on a DVD-ROM, you have access to the exercise files used throughout this title. So to get at those, you will see this master folder called exercise_files. Watch for the overlays that come up in the videos that will tell you which exercise file we are using for that particular lesson, and they are all broken up into chapters as you can see here. You will see the individual folders for the individual lessons and then there are some presentations we have where we are using kind of the master presentations or the finished one. You will find that and other related assets like that in this folder here. And of course, we'll be pulling in media from other sources, lots of photographs and such, and that's all here in this folder called Superbike Media.
If you are a monthly subscriber or annual subscriber to lynda.com, you don't have access to the exercise files, but you can follow along from scratch on your own assets. So, let's get started.
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