This video explains how to use the System Color Picker to store custom colors.
- [Instructor] Okay here's a quick tip…that I'm often surprised more people aren't aware of.…When applying a color to a shape or to an image border…in Keynote, you might sometimes want to maintain consitency…by selecting a color that's already in use on your slide.…You might want to grab a color from an illustration…to use in a chart,…or you might want the border around an image…to match a color from your company's logo.…This is very easy to do.…For example here is the image I was previous working on…to which we added this black border.…With the image selected, over here under the style tab…under the border settings, is where we're going to find…the color chooser.…
Now clicking the color swatch here it gives you a selection…of colors from the theme you're currently using.…And these complement each other nicely,…but none are what I want to use in this case.…So instead, I'm gonna click this color wheel to the right.…And that opens up the Mac's system color picker.…Giving me a much larger range of options to choose from,…
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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