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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Keynote™ for Mac OS® X by Curt Simmons

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Chapter 2. Working with Text

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Create and edit text on Keynote slides

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Learn to use a variety of fonts to add interest to presentations

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Work with spacing, bullets, and numbering for a more professional look

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Make text work in your presentation for a variety of purposes

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Let’s face it: For all the bells and whistles Keynote (or any other presentation software, for that matter) provides, the crux of any presentation is the text that the audience sees on the slides. After all, the purpose of any presentation, regardless of the type, is to provide information to audience members. Without that information, your presentation ...

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