One of Jole's favorite things about Keynote is the ability to easily copy and paste animations. This week, he shows you how to save tons of time with this feature.
- [Instructor] I'm Joel Simmons, AKA the presentation guy. … All right, let's say we're in the zone. … We're in a deck and we're just creating … a whole bunch of animations, … bringing our titles in, bringing shapes in, … all kinds of different varied animations, … and we show this to the client and they love it. … They love all the animations we did. … So how do we go ahead and port these animations and styles … over to other objects in our deck? … Well, I'm in Keynote right now, … so let me show you how we're going to do that here. … So let's go ahead and take our square, … and let's say we want to imply this style … to our circle and our star. … All right, we're simply going to go up to format, copy style, … and then we're going to go ahead … and select both of these things, … and I'm just shift clicking both of those. … Then we're going to go back to Format, Paste Style. … Now look at that. … All right, now let's say we want to copy our animation. … Maybe our phone animation, … and apply that to these titles over here. …
Note: Because this is an ongoing series, viewers will not receive a certificate of completion.
- Building standout layouts with PowerPoint Designer
- Creating engaging animations in PowerPoint and Keynote
- Using the hyperlinking feature in PowerPoint
- Using 3D models in PowerPoint
- Working with logos
- Choosing the best stock photos for your presentations