Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video What you need to know, part of Keynote 8 Essential Training.
- [Instructor] Well here's what you'll need to know to follow along with me in this course. Course is targeted to end users, the people in an organization or at home who'll be creating presentations using Keynote. To follow along with me step-by-step you'll also need to have Keynote 8 installed on your Mac, and to install or even upgrade to Keynote 8 you'll need to be running macOS 10 Mojave. That's macOS 10.13 or later. Keynote 8 will not be able to install or even run on your Mac without it. This course also comes with exercise files, if you plan on using them, I highly recommend placing them in a convenient location like the desktop for example.
If you don't have access to the exercise files, not to worry you can follow along with me step-by-step with your own files or simply sit back, relax, and watch. Once you have Keynote 8 installed it'll be time to launch the app and get comfortable in your surroundings by opening up an existing presentation and taking a tour of Keynote 8. If you're ready, we'll do that next.
- Creating new themes
- Editing master slides
- Adding text, shapes, and links
- Building tables and charts
- Inserting audio and video in your slides
- Applying transitions
- Adding animations to objects
- Delivering a live presentation over the web
- Sharing and exporting presentations
Skill Level Beginner
What you need to know1m 1s
1. Get Started with Keynote
2. Customize Slide Structure
3. Work with Text and Shapes
4. Work with Tables and Charts
5. Work with Graphics and Media
6. Use Slide Transitions
7. Use Animation
8. Deliver a Presentation
9. Share and Export Presentations
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