Keynote is the perfect tool to use when you want to add that special touch to your presentations. Watch this course by Matt Vanacoro, and learn how to create compelling slideshows with Apple's iWork software.
Forget about your average boring slideshows... Apple's Keynote makes it possible to present information in engaging and exciting ways. It is, by far, the best software to use when you want to make a great impression on your audience. After all, this app was custom designed for one of the best presenters of all time: Steve Jobs! In this course, Apple expert Matt Vanacoro shows you how to create dynamic presentations that will keep your audience engaged from start to finish.
While Keynote makes it possible to create superb cinematic-quality transitions, it's easy to go overboard. This is why Matt starts the course with tips to help you keep your audience focused on your content. After covering important technical points, Matt shows you how to create your first slideshow. You learn how to use Themes, edit slides, and apply beautiful transitions. You also discover how to add pictures, movies, charts & tables, and how Keynote's global settings can affect your entire slideshow. Once you know your way around Keynote's desktop interface, you learn about the iOS and iCloud versions, and how you can use them to collaborate with other people online. And when your presentation is ready, Matt shows you how to export it in different formats to share it with the world.
So join Apple expert and instructor Matt Vanacoro in this course, and learn how to create memorable and captivating presentations with Apple's Keynote!
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Gerald B. wrote on January 26, 2018
Very good tutorial. I didn't know anything about this software before watching the tutorials. The instructor made it easy to understand.
Cosmkcomik wrote on October 19, 2017
Matt vanacoro does an excellent job of presenting a basic overview of Keynote for anyone starting this application. Upon finishing this course, the user will be able to create a professional looking presentation with very little effort. I hope Matt has other courses that delve deeper into the program and the special areas for further study.