Keynote is the perfect tool for teachers. Leverage this inexpensive presentation tool to engage student interest and create more active learning environments.
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Discover how to use iWork, Apple's office productivity suite, on the iPad.
Learn how to deliver a Keynote presentation that wows your audience.
Learn how to build a Keynote presentation from scratch, and transform a rough outline into a polished presentation.
Learn to create and deliver Keynote presentations that entertain and inform.
Discover how to use animation effectively in Keynote presentations.
Learn everything you need to get the most from the new features and revised workflows in iWork, including iCloud integration and the new mobile-friendly layouts.
Learn how to add photos and video to your Keynote presentation and make it more professional and engaging.
Learn how to build and deliver a great Keynote presentation.
Create an engaging presentation (in PowerPoint, Keynote, or any other presentation software), to better reach your audience and emphasize your message.
Presentation designer Craig Syverson teaches Keynote users how to use this program to its full potential.
How to use Keynote '08 to its full potential, from customizing the interface to sharing professional presentations.
Shows how to build and share dynamic, engaging slideshows with Keynote 3.
Teaches custom theme creation and demonstrates how to integrate with other Apple and third-party tools.
Tanya Staples shows how to add multimedia files, music, tables, charts, and transitions to Keynote presentations.
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