Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to add shadows and reflections in Keynote '09.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to crop and compose images using the mask tool in Keynote '09.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to add a transition between slides in Keynote '09.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to animate objects between slides with Magic Move in Keynote '09.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to use advanced builds to animate objects on and off slides in Keynote '09.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to set up presenter notes in Keynote '09.
Deb Cross and John Hendron show you how to hide an Apple Keynote presentation using the "H" key.
Learn how to find the printing options for Apple's Keynote on the Macintosh for saving PDF handouts.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to remove backgrounds with Instant Alpha in Keynote '09.
Presentations, whether to give a marketing pitch for work or a lecture about biomes for your class, are pretty boring as is. So to use slides that have nothing but blank, boring blue or white backgrounds doesn't exactly help to keep your audience captive.
This tutorial explains how to use the presenter notes feature in Keynote '08 to add comments to your presentation. The notes are only visible to the presenter and will not affect the presentation so you can use them for reminders and other hints.
In this video series, watch as computer specialist Matt Nichols teaches how to use the computer program iWork. Get tips on how to use Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. Learn how to save and go between programs and how to upload Media into iWork.
The more you use Keynote and the more complex your presentations become, you are going to need to become more organized. This tutorial shows you how to organize your slides in Keynote and keep your work flow smooth.
Nobody wants to look at plain text when you're giving a presentation so adding images, movies, audio or any other visuals is key to a good presentation. This tutorial shows you how to add these to your Keynote presentations.
You've found the perfect photo for your presentation but the background is the wrong color or worse, a cheesy image. Well, if you're creating your presentation in Keynote '08, you can just remove the unwanted background using the alpha tool! See how in this tutorial from Apple.
If you're looking for some quick and easy ways to apply effects to images for your presentation you can actually do them right in Keynote '08 without having to jump to another application. Of course, if you need real detailed changes, you may need something more powerful, but for general effects this tutorial will get the job done.
Keynote '08 allows you to make custom animations and move things from point A to point B on a slide. You can also animate opacity, scale or rotations. This tutorial will show you how.
Smart Builds is a new feature available only in Keynote '08. This tutorial shows you how to use this new feature which is similar to effects in a compositor like fade, dissolve, fade and wipe.
This tutorial shows you how to record a voiceover for your slideshow in Keynote '08. It's important to note, that the slideshow will only start with the slide that is tagged as the start for the voiceover.
The key to interactivity in a slideshow it by adding hyperlinks. In this tutorial you will learn how to use hyperlinks in Keynote '08 to add interactivity to your next presentation.
Apple makes it easy to integrate all their products and Keynote '08 is no exception. In this tutorial you will learn how to publish your presentation to any of the iLife softwares or you tube or export it.
Cells in Numbers '08 are the same as in Excel. Basically, they are where you store your data. This tutorial will show you how to use the different functions of cells.
A spreadsheet software wouldn't be much good if you couldn't use formulas and functions on your data. This tutorial goes over how to use them in Numbers '08.
It's often best to use a graphical representation of the data you've assembled or calculated. This tutorial shows you how to create charts to visually show your results.
This video goes over how to add sheets and tables to your existing spreadsheet in Numbers '08. It's pretty straightforward so you should have no problems at all.
It's one thing to understand how to add an existing table template, but the chances that that template does exactly what you want it to are slim. Most likely, you're going to want to go in and customize the look of it. This Numbers '08 tutorial goes over just that.
It is unbelievably simple to add or customize table headers and footers to your Numbers '08 spreadsheet document. Check it out in this iWork tutorial.
For spreadsheets that require contact information, you can grab that information from your address book when you are working in Numbers '08. This tutorial shows you how it's done.
Sorting and filtering information in spreadsheets is a vital function. In this tutorial you will see how they work in Numbers '08 and how to apply them to your projects.
In Numbers '08 you can enter data dynamically with interactive buttons and sliders known as cell controls. This tutorial goes over using check boxes and sliders.
It's always great to be able to illustrate what your numbers are talking about. This tutorial goes over how to add text and shapes to your spreadsheet in Numbers '08
This Numbers '08 tutorial shows you how to stylize the tables in your spreadsheet either by creating new custom ones, or modifying existing ones.
Pages '08 allows you to access the information in your address book and add it to your documents. This is helpful if you are printing envelopes or writing letters.
Pages '08 actually functions as more than a word processor because it has a page layout mode that helps make brochures, posters, flyers and other projects that need layouts.
If you're working in the page layout mode of Pages '08 then you are probably going to want to work with the text layout and control the text flow. This tutorial shows you the basics of how to do it.
It's pretty standard when creating a document that requires some basic page layout formatting, that you're going to want to wrap or flow text around images. In this Apple tutorial, you'll see how easy it is to accomplish in Pages '08.
Apple works hard to make things as easy for you as possible and Keynote '08 is not exception. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create presentations with Apple-designed themes.
This iWork Pages tutorial introduces you to the application and explains how to search and use the pre-existing templates.
In this tutorial you will learn how to format text in Pages '08 which is part of the Apple iWork software suite.
Pages '08 gives you precise control over the layout of your text in a document. This iWork tutorial goes over how to create sections, layouts and page breaks to create the look you desire for your documents.