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Getting Started With Keynote

Posted on: May, 2012 By: Kara Jones
Here at PresenterMedia we always want to give our users the best content available, and that now includes Keynote templates.  Today's tutorial is the first of what will be many in using our content in Keynote, focusing on downloading our templates directly to Keynote, inserting Clip Art images and adding Animations that will be able to loop indefinitely.  
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By: Kara Jones
Kara is highly creative and forward thinker. She has a wonderful Husband and a beautiful son. She and her husband enjoy playing with their son and also enjoy diving into a good video game.

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May 25, 2012 -
trishmullen
As a recent convert to KeyNote, this video was both timely and informative, many thanks
May 29, 2012 -
PC
Just wanted to leave a note to say how much I appreciated Kira's clear, easy to follow "Getting Started with Keynote" tutorial. Until watching the video, I hadn't fully grasped the creative potential of these templates and animations in Keynote. Thanks!
Jul 10, 2012 -
Ron
Do the animations for keyNote work the same on the iPad?
Jul 10, 2012 -
krjones
Ron, The animations can be played on Keynote on an iPad if they are downloaded as Quicktime files from our animations or hd video backgrounds options. The easiest way is to build a Keynote presentation on a Mac and then sync it to your i-device's Keynote for presentation, not creation (as files do not behave the same on an i-device as on an actual Mac computer.)

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