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iPad All-in-One For Dummies, 4th Edition by Nancy Muir

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Chapter 4: Presenting Keynote

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check.png Issues to consider before you create a presentation

check.png Working with Keynote

check.png Animating a presentation with transitions and builds

check.png Preparing to present

check.png Playing a presentation

Keynote, the first component created for iWork, was originally written for Steve Jobs to use in presentations at conferences and trade shows, including Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference and Macworld conferences. After these “trials by fire,” Keynote was joined by Pages to become the first two components of iWork.

Presentation software is a different type of product, compared to other iWork applications. It typically consists of content presented by a speaker (whether in person or in absentia) to an audience.

Now, with the Keynote for iOS app in hand, you have new presentation possibilities. Small-group or one-on-one presentations using iPad are made possible in a new way because you can easily present short but impressive presentations almost anywhere. In addition, ...

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