Creating iPad presentations with Keynote


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Creating iPad presentations with Keynote

The iPad is a great presentation tool, not only because its screen is large enough to share with a small group of people, but also because you can jack it into a TV monitor or a projector to show your work to a larger audience. In this movie, we'll look at using Apple's Keynote on the iPad. First things first. Keynote doesn't come bundled with your iPad. You must purchase it from the Apps Store. It costs $10 and is completely worth it. Second things second. You can create presentations on your computer using either Apple's Keynote or Microsoft PowerPoint and import them into the Keynote app on your iPad.

Doing so works just as it does importing other documents to your iPad. So you jack in your iPad as I've done here, you select the iPad in iTunes Source list, select the Apps tab, scroll down the page, and you'll find the Keynote entry and select it. Then you drag your presentation into the Keynote Documents area, and now it's been imported onto my iPad. So let...

Creating iPad presentations with Keynote
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Creating iPad presentations with Keynote provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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