This video demonstrates the animation options for objects on a slide, and how to control the order in which they animate.
- [Instructor] Keynote has several built-in…animation effects you can use…on your objects and your slides…to visually emphasize or call attention to them.…These animations can make your presentations…more dynamic and memorable,…but, like with many effects,…you shouldn't overuse them.…But, when used judiciously,…they can add some impact to your presentations.…So, in this slide, I have a map of the neighborhood…where our hotel lives.…I want to put a star on the map to indicate that location.…I can do this quickly by clicking the Shape button…and selecting one of the filled-in shapes here.…I'll go with the star.…
And let's make this match the color of our logo.…I'll go to the Fill area here,…and I'll click to select the custom purple color…we previously saved.…Close that, and let's make this smaller.…Actually, there's a border around it I want to get rid of,…so we'll just say No Border, here we go.…And I'm going to make this smaller…by holding on the Shift key to keep it…in proportion to itself.…Make this like so, and we'll just drag that down to here.…
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- Adding calculations to tables
- Saving custom styles
- Matching colors with the Color Picker
- Animating objects on a single slide
- Using Magic Move between slides
- Skipping slides for shorter presentations
- Controlling the presentation with an iPhone or iPad
- Recording your slideshow