Working with graphic files


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Working with graphic files

Using Graphics such as logos and photos is an important part of creating compelling presentations and here is how they work in Keynote. I would go up to my Media Inspector, open that up and I want to drop in a logo I have in here, down here at the bottom. Take this dragged on and let it go, I see that green arrow, let go, so I know it's going to be brought into this slide and I'll close out this top window. Let me open up the Metrics Inspector. Metrics Inspector is very handy for graphic objects because it will give you the File Information name of the object that you just brought in. Also down here, you can see I have measurements of the actual Size and the exact Position of this graphic object on the screen. This position is denoting the upper left hand corner of the handle and I can take the corner handle and drag it down to scale it.

You'll also notice here in the Metrics Inspector, I have got Constrain Proportions turned-on. If I could turn that off, for instance, if ...

Working with graphic files
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Working with graphic files provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Craig Syverson as part of the Keynote '09 Essential Training

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