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

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Chapter 3. Using Tables

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Create tables that make your content clear

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Format and use table content

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Make tables look the way you want

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Work with cells, rows, and columns to make your information shine

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Tables, along with charts, which we will explore in Chapter 4, “Using Charts,” are mainstays of presentation. After all, a table can be a great way to show your audience members information and help them understand some concept or idea you are trying to get across.

The good news is that you won’t have to spend a lot of sweat and tears with tables in Keynote. As with most things in Keynote, the software does most ...

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