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Chapter 2. Creating a Presentation

Chapter 2. Creating a Presentation

A Keynote file includes all of the items that make up your presentation, including text, images, and dynamic media such as QuickTime movies and Flash animations. It also includes the set of master slides for the presentation. Master slides are templates for slides that you can use throughout your presentation. Master slides contain slide backgrounds and boxes for text and graphics that you'll fill in with your show's content. Master slides help your presentation look more polished and consistent.

You'll use each different sort of master slide for a particular purpose in your show. For example, a common master slide type for the beginning of a presentation is Title & Subtitle, which gives you a large line of type for the presentation's title, centered horizontally and vertically on the slide. Underneath is a smaller line of type for a subtitle, if you want one. A group of master slides makes up a theme, which is the basic building block of a Keynote presentation.


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