Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the improved sizing, spacing, and motion guides, part of iWork '09 New Features.
In Keynote '09, it's easier than ever to make sure the objects on your slides…are the exact size and position you want them to be. When you grab objects…and move them around, as you are probably used to if have used Keynote in the…past, Keynote still tells you when you are lined up with other objects on the slide.… See these little guidelines that appear there? But Keynote also now has…new object relative sizing and spacing guides that make it incredibly easy to…distribute objects evenly and to match their sizes.…So for instance, if I move my jack down here, notice there is a little spacing…guide that shows up as I move this queen around. Let's just say I put it right…about there. If I grab the king and I want to have the king the same distance…from the queen as the queen is from the jack, I can just move it down there and…notice the guide that appears just sort of snaps into place and the alignment…guide also shows up, so I know that all three are now aligned. Moving the ace…in is equally as easy, just move it in, line it up and then bring it closer…
- Using the new Outline mode in Pages
- Exploring the new chart types
- Organizing and categorizing data in Numbers
- Exporting projects to various formats
- Using the new object positioning and motion guides in Keynote
- Displaying multiple data sets in a single chart
- Animating charts in Keynote
Skill Level Intermediate
1. New Global Features
Using iWork.com6m 11s
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