This video shows how to save custom object and text styles in Keynote.
- [Instructor] In addition to saving custom colors…which we looked at how to do previously,…you can also save custom styles in Keynote,…so that you can quickly apply a collection of colors,…line thickness, font settings, and other attributes,…to objects and text in your slides,…and maintain a consistent look and feel…across your presentation.…I have a version of my presentation here…with some text and images formatted…the way I want here on the first slide,…and on the second slide, you can see the text…and images here are presented a little differently.…So ideally I want everything to match up…a little bit better.…But instead of manually formatting the objects…on each slide, I can copy the settings…from the objects I've already formatted.…
Let's go back to the first slide.…I'll start by selecting this photo.…It has a purple border around it…as well as a drop shadow that's been applied.…With it selected if I come over here to the Style tab,…this is where I can find the Border and Shadow settings.…At the top here you'll find some built-in settings…
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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