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Chapter 5. Working with Graphics > Placing Graphics and Shapes

Placing Graphics and Shapes

The graphics on your slides will be one of two types: imported graphics, which include photographs and drawings from other graphic programs; and shapes, which are simple vector graphics that you can create within Keynote. Keynote's shapes can be scaled and manipulated with no loss of resolution.

Because Keynote's repertoire of shapes is limited (there are only 12: three kinds of lines, rectangle, rounded rectangle, oval, triangle, right triangle, arrow, double-headed arrow, diamond, and quote bubble), you'll probably be relying more on other graphics programs to provide slide graphics.


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