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Keynote 2008 Essential Training: Input audio and movies into your Keynote presentation

Video 2: Web views and adding hyper links By David Rivers

Training specialist David Rivers teaches viewers how to use Keynote '08 to its full potential, from customizing the interface to editing and sharing professional presentations. He covers how to format text with columns and lists, add links, and insert graphics, photos, and animated effects.

David concludes with how to export Keynote files to various formats, including Flash, HTML, MP3, PDF, and hardcopy.

In this Lynda.com video training series, host David Rivers takes the lessons a step furthur by showing how to import audio into a Keynote presentation, whether it be for one slide or the entire presentation, as well as movies. He starts with adding an audio file to a specific slide in the presentation, by accessing it via iTunes. 

 



Input audio and movies into your Keynote presentation

Input audio and movies into your Keynote presentation

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