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Emoticons and other symbols work for me as only when I am typing inside a text box. I tried dragging them to keynote but nothing happened. But when I 'called' them using the Edit... menu that you found they were inserted in my text. I was able to resize, move...
I had the same problem. I put the link to a slide on items that were grouped together. If I ungrouped the items (I had text inside a circle) and just selected the text and added the link to that, then when I exported to PDF the links worked.
In previous version of Keynote you could add animations to a section of the master, and those would apply to all slides with that master. It appears that Apple in its wisdom has disabled this feature. So the previous answer is correct: the only way to "automate" is to paste the animation into each slide.
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I found the lack of answers on Google surprising, so I had to stumble around until I found it. Themes are located in: /Users/username/Library/Containers/com.apple.iWork.Keynote/Data/Library/Application Support/User Templates/ If you're not as familiar with the command line, you can open up Terminal and simply run this to get all your themes copied to ...
Keynote has no such feature (counting the total number of slides). Semi-manual solution: Add the total number of slides as a text-box " /10"in your Master configuration. Place it next to the automatic slide number that Keynote generates.
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