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Make Keynote presentation Read Only? PDF file or Lock the Keynote are not the answer. Please try, may be many steps but it’s very useful for me (I used MacBook Pro 16”) Export your Keynote presentation to PDF file. Convert the PDF file to image (I use app “PDF to Image Converter Expert” free, search in App Store). It converts PDF file to multiple images in ...


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This issue has been bugging me for ages. However, Apple has finally updated Keynote, half-assed but still. In Keynote 10.1, there is finally the Play > Play Slideshow in Window option which does exactly that. You'll have a window (where still the window bar shows up when you move the mouse, well done Apple!) with your presentation, you can resize it and ...


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Probably the easiest sequence of steps: Copy masked image in Keynote Cmd+N in Preview Cmd+C Paste in Keynote


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I find that exporting as jpeg keeps sufficient quality and reduces the size markedly. I usually crop using the screen editor / grab (cmnd shift 4) then open in preview and export as jpeg.


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This is not possible. You can achieve a similar result by putting both text elements into a single text (placeholder) box, then define different paragraph styles for "Name" and "date range" with the desired spacing before or after the paragraph in the "Format > Text > Spacing" sidebar.


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