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Simply Export the file out of Keynote as a Powerpoint. It does a dang good job of maintaining the formatting.


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Keynote files are basically zip archives, so you can see the contents of the presentation/archive using the unzip command. As a shortcut instead of unzipping the presentation, you can just listing the archive contents. Using this command will list all the embedded files in order of size: unzip -l MyPresentation.key | sort -n Since you mentioned a ...


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Select the picture, then in the Arrange tab uncheck Constrain Proportions [you may have to revert to original size before that will un-grey. Then dragging the image by any edge will stretch. If you need to crop, that's in Image - Edit Mask [though crop doesn't constrain anyway]


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Assuming one is using Keynote 6 (OP did not state version used.), one way to create a Table of Contents or Handout is to use the Print dialog. This can be printed to PDF for handouts. One way to customize would be to create a duplicate copy of your presentation then edit the copy before printing the outline.


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In the Animate inspector tab you will find all the settings to easily change transition timing. You can do so for each slide or for the entire slideshow. In the movie inspector you can view the movie length then change your slide transition accordingly. I encourage you to explore the user interface. Create a new slideshow just to play with. Then start ...


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That seems to be possible, at least if you can accept it to be "animated", and scroll on command: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHl72gfDl94


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Here is how you can do that in Power Point. I do not use Keynote. There are two ways to insert content objects into a PowerPoint presentation: Linked objects A linked object is updated if its source file is changed. For example, a linked chart built from data in Microsoft Excel is changed if the source Excel data changes. The source file must be ...


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I was unable to import an animated gif into Keynote 6.2.2, so I converted it to mp4 via https://cloudconvert.com/anything-to-mp4 (I googled "convert animated gif to mp4"), and then I was able to just drag and drop the mp4 into Keynote.


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After some research I found that this is a problem that has appeared since Keynote 6, and is probably due to iOS compatibility (limiting PNG original quality to stick up to 4096px height). A tip however was to import your image as PDF instead, then Keynote won't downsample it. Here's the result:


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I just did something similar that may help. I broke the text up into blocks. Each block being the contents of one 'page' I wanted to display. I then Positioned the blocks one above the other in the order I wanted them displayed. Next I left the first block which would be displayed at 100% opacity and reduced the others to 50%. Then I added a move to the ...


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Since you have set start and end on the clip, Keynote can permanently clip it after reducing file size to save space and improve performance. The result is that the undesired parts of the clips are no longer even available to Keynote so they shouldn't play when looping. Set your start and end points Go to File > Advanced > Reduce File Size Keynote will ...


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Yes, you can find the information you need. Save the Keynote file. Locate the file in Finder ⌥+Click or Right Click on the file In the Dropdown, select Show Package Contents There you should see a folder Data containing all the resources including images used in the file. Keynote files are really packages of files that the application uses to build the ...


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As of Keynote version 6.5.3 SVG is not supported without conversion. (Would be nice though!)


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Notice the disclosure arrow "▶︎" beside Spacing? There you can reveal the paragraph spacing. Change the Before Paragraph and After Paragraph to 0 pt or the desired amount. Hope this helps!


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I'm using Vim. I found this plugin super useful: https://github.com/zerowidth/vim-copy-as-rtf In This way I can keep my codes the same look when I was writing and presenting them.



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