Course For Core Keynote '09 101

Course For Core Keynote '09 101

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If you need to present a topic, Keynote is the tool for you! Forget about PowerPoint ... Keynote is made for your Mac ...

If you're using a Mac computer, Keynote '09 is the perfect presentation tool. You can use Keynote to display text, bullet points, graphs, pictures and even full QuickTime movies. It's an amazing and versatile tool for adding spice to your public presentations.

In this tutorial by Gary Atkins, you'll learn how to create, edit, manage, and deploy complex and visually engaging presentations. Gary shows you how to build slides, use transitions, and add objects to your project to create presentations that will impress your audience, everytime.

This is a comprehensive tutorial, but you don't need to watch the entire show. Use the detailed menus and keyword search functions to quickly find topics of interest. For a full list of this tutorial's topics, see the Table of Contents.

Table of Contents:

01. Introduction
02. What's New in Keynote '09
03. Starting Keynote
04. Presenter Guide Lines
05. Choosing a Theme and Slide Size
06. Naming and Saving a File
07. Save As Key Command
08. Creating a New Slide
09. Saving a File
10. Changing the View
11. Adding a Slide in Outline View
12. Applying a Master Slide Layout
13. Maximize/Minimize the Keynote Window
14. Scrolling and Zooming
15. The Zoom Menu
16. Playing a Slideshow
17. Quitting Keynote
18. Opening a Recent File
19. Close and Open Key Commands
20. Spell Check
21. Spell Check Key Commands
22. Speech to Text as a Editing Tool
23. Undo and Redo
24. Presentation Demo
25. Creating a New Presentation
26. Switching Programs Key Command
27. Copying and Pasting
28. The View Menu
29. The View Button
30. Changing Fonts, Size and Color
31. Font Style and Formatting
32. Adding Stroke and Fill to a Text Box
33. Colors Button
34. Working with the Fonts Window
35. Font Effects
36. Font Collections
37. Font Panel Actions Button
38. Font Size Key Commands
39. New Slide Navigator View
40. Cut, Copy and Paste
41. Duplicating and Deleting Slides
42. Moving Slides
43. Moving Around Your Presentation
44. Grouping Your Slides
45. Using Comments to Organize Your Slides
46. Show/Hide the Inspector Window
47. Formatting Text
48. Formatting Columns
49. Formatting Bullets
50. Formatting Numbering
51. Adding a Text Box
52. Numbering Slides
53. Adding a Table
54. Adding a Chart
55. Inserting Graphics from another Program
56. Resizing Graphics or Pictures
57. Inserting Pictures from iPhoto
58. Resizing and Positioning Pictures with the Inspecto...
59. Changing the Background Color of a Slide
60. Using Instant Alpha to Remove Background Colors
61. Adding Reflections & Shadows
62. Adding Shapes
63. Animating Pictures
64. Placing Audio on a Slide from iTunes
65. Audio Settings
66. Inserting a Movie (from iPhoto or iMovie)
67. Movie Settings
68. Applying a Theme Using the Toolbar
69. Applying a Theme from Master Slides
70. Applying a Theme to All Slides
71. Slide Transitions
72. Using Transitions to Organize Your Slides
73. Magic Moves Transition
74. Animating Bullets Using Object Builds
75. Animating Images Using Object Builds
76. Animating Charts Using Object Builds
77. Presenter Notes
78. Printing Your Handouts & Presenter Notes
79. Rehearse Slideshow
80. Record and Play Slideshow
81. Keynote Remote
82. Exporting as a QuickTime Movie
83. Viewing a QuickTime Movie
84. Exporting as a PowerPoint File
85. Exporting as a PDF File
86. Exporting as a Pod Cast
87. Sharing Your File Using Mail
88. Using Part 1
89. Using Part 2
90. Wrap Up

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