Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a new presentation, part of Keynote 6 Essential Training.
…Now that we're feeling comfortable in our new surroundings and know how to make…adjustments to meet our needs, it's time…to start creating new presentations here in Keynote.…We have been working with a existing presentation KinetEco Orientation…file from the Chapter One folder of your exercise files.…We've seen different slides over here in the left side in the navigator, thumbnails…and different types of content on those…slides, charts, tables, media, images, for example.…This slide presentation has everything and now it's time to create our own.…
We are going to do that using one of two different methods.…You can create new presentations on the fly as you launch Keynote…or if Keynote's already running, there's a way to do that as well.…Let's start by going up to the Keynote Menu, Click there and choose Quit.…Keynote Command Q is your keyboard shortcut.…As we launch Keynote, we can create a new presentation on the fly.…I like to use Spotlight, so clicking…the magnifying glass, start to type in Keynote.…
Note: This training applies to Keynote 2014, which comes with OS X Mavericks. You may not be able to open the exercise files for this course in earlier versions of Keynote.
- Working with themes
- Editing master slides
- Adding text, shapes, and links
- Building tables and interactive charts
- Inserting audio and video in your slides
- Applying transitions
- Playing a slideshow
- Recording narration
- Sharing and exporting presentations