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Chapter 3. Mastering Slide Masters > Applying Master Slides

Applying Master Slides

Every slide that you create in your presentation must have an associated master slide. When you first create a presentation, Keynote creates an initial slide based on the first master slide in the theme file. The slide is usually a Title slide of some sort.

When you create a second slide in your presentation, Keynote automatically switches the slide master to the second master slide in the theme file. This is usually the Title & Bullets master. Subsequently, each new slide you create takes on the master slide layout of the slide that was selected when you chose Slide > New Slide, or clicked the New button in the Toolbar. You can change the master slide associated with any slide in your presentation. You'll want to do this often; for example, if you add a photo, you'll want to change the slide master to one that contains a photo cutout.


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