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Yep, you can change the theme of your Keynote presentation in Keynote '13: Go to the Presentation Setup Inspector (View → Inspector → Presentation Setup). Click the Presentation tab. Click Change Theme. Select your new theme and click Choose.
It doesn't look like you can do it in Keynote 2013 as Apple has removed this feature with this version. An idea that you could do is to make a new Keynote file with the secondary theme that you want, copy the slide, and then paste the slide into your presentation.
Unfortunately, Keynote '09 can't achieve such a feature. You can, however, this feature has been added in the 2013 version of Keynote. Enable the presenter view (in this example, I'm going to use the "Rehearse Slideshow" feature). If you don't see the presenter notes, go to the top right corner of the screen and select the middle icon, then check off the ...
Yes you an do it. Very simple, select all the slides you want to change (shift click & highlight them) Open inspector, slide tab, appearance , background and change the background. There is a drop down where you can change the colour, gradient, image etc.
Ah! A few more minutes of "seeking" - and I found out where Apple moved the functionality. For all desperate - here the solution: Make sure you clicked on the slide-overview (on the left), so that the slide gets a yellow border Then far-away on the right select the "Format" button. Then below it you will see the current master slide for the selected ...
if you change the extension to .mov then drag it over, it'll ask you to optimize for iOS. At which point it will treat the gif as a movie.
The new Keynote (v6) doesn't import GIFs in like it used to, which is disappointing. However, if you open an old Keynote presentation (Keynote '09), Keynote v6 will ask you if you want to update and/or optimize it for iOS devices. If you optimize, it will render the animated GIF into .m4v. Once that is done, if the Format inspection, you will have a ...
I had the same problem, but couldn't get it to work over this dialogue. It's kind of weird that you can only use images from Library Files over that button. The solution is to go to "image in the "Format" band on the right of Keynote. There is another button to "replace" the image. You can choose any file from there... Hope that helps, since I'm from ...
I presume that you're trying to purchase iWork from the App Store. You can purchase a physical copy of iWork '09 and install it. If your Mac doesn't have a disc drive, you can use Remote Disk to do so. You'll need access to another computer (either Mac or Windows) that has a disc drive. Apple has complete directions for using Remote Disk here.
They won't animate until you view the slideshow, but should there. Also, go to the Inspector>Quicktime Tab and make sure to change the Repeat setting from None to Looping.
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