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Advanced Keynote 6.1 Work Deck

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This presentation is an explanation of how to use magic move, animation, and transitions to create a more dynamic presentation. You can download the Keynote file at http://www.stevenkatz.com/keynote/.

This presentation is an explanation of how to use magic move, animation, and transitions to create a more dynamic presentation. You can download the Keynote file at http://www.stevenkatz.com/keynote/.

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  • 1. Keynote for Geeks Work Deck Created by Steve Katz http://stevenkatz.com @stevekatz
  • 2. How To Set Up Animation, Magic Move, & Transitions Download the original Keynote work deck at http://stevenkatz.com/keynote
  • 3. Magic Move • Make sure nothing on this screen is selected. • In the Format Palette, click on Animate, & then click Add an Effect & select Magic Move. • Click on the thumbnail of this slide (on the left) & then Click on Edit > Duplicate Selection. • On the new slide, delete this text box, move one of the icons to the center and make it larger. • Go back one slide, and click Play to see what happens.
  • 4. Corner Transition 1. Place a photo from your library in a corner of the slide. 2. Use the resizing handles as guides. Place the middle handles on the slide edges. 3. Make sure nothing on the slide is selected. Click Animate > Add an Effect & set the transition to Push. 4. Choose the Direction of the transition. 5. Repeat this on three more sides.
  • 5. Corner Transition 1. Place the image in a corner of the slide. 2. Make sure nothing on the slide is selected. Click Animate > Add an Effect & set the transition to Cube. 3. Choose the Direction of the transition.
  • 6. Corner Transition 1. Place the image in a corner of the slide. 2. Make sure nothing on the slide is selected. Click Animate > Add an Effect & set the transition to Cube. 3. Choose the Direction of the transition.
  • 7. Corner Transition 1. Place the image in a corner of the slide. 2. Make sure nothing on the slide is selected. Click Animate > Add an Effect & set the transition to Cube. 3. Choose the Direction of the transition.
  • 8. Action 1. Select the star or add another image you would like to animate. 2. Click Animate > Action & Add an Effect. Choose the Effect Move. 3. The lighter image is the end location. Drag it to where you would like the star to end up. (This can be off screen.) 4. Change Duration & Acceleration to your liking. 5. Click Add Action > Jiggle, then click Build Order & select the action you just created in the Build Order drawer. 6. Change Start to After Previous Build 7. Try some other builds & add more objects.
  • 9. Animation + Transition Can you figure this one out? Hints on the next slide.
  • 10. I Used: • Can you build it? Build In: Wipe • Transition: Push • 3 slides total
  • 11. Keynote for Geeks Work Deck Created by Steve Katz http://stevenkatz.com @stevekatz

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