How to create an interactive clickable pdf in keynote video
Have you come across a video on YouTube that would be suitable for your Keynote presentation? It’s easy to embed YouTube videos on websites, but how do you effectively integrate them into a Keynote presentation? It’s actually quite easy! This video, which is just over a minute long, demonstrates the…more
Keynote’s Media Manager is a helpful tool for integrating different forms of media into your slideshow or project, and videos can add an extra level of complexity and detail to your presentation. Use the Media Manager to pick any movie or clip from your iTunes library…more
Microsoft PowerPoint is a popular presentation-making program. It can also be used to build a game of Jeopardy. Open a new PowerPoint presentation to do so. Begin with a title design. Add a gradient to the context of the image now. To do so, simply right-click on it and choose the fill option…more
This video shows you how to build a simple Jeopardy game in PowerPoint. To begin, select a background color from the Format menu on the top bar menu. Choose a background color from the drop-down menu. To add it to your entire PowerPoint presentation, press Apply To All…more
You can convert text, pictures, and shapes into links that can be clicked to perform one of several actions during a presentation. Objects with ties appear in your presentation just like regular objects.
Keynote recognizes valid web addresses (URLs) or email addresses when you type text in a text box or form. (A space, tab, or return character, or one of several punctuation symbols, such as quotation marks, parentheses, and brackets, must be preceded by the address.) URLs and email addresses become involved and are highlighted as connections.
A checkmark appears next to Smart Links in the Substitutions menu when Smart Links is activated for the presentation. Smart Links can be switched off by deselecting it, but current links will remain unchanged unless you pick the text that contains the links and then follow the steps above.
The tutorial’s first section discusses how to build a digital planner with hyperlinks. The tutorial ends with a link to a blog post explaining how to configure the planner in the GoodNotes app.
3. Using your cursor, pick and delete the generic text that appears in the document. Tap the paintbrush button in the top toolbar now (format). Pick a new color or picture for your planner’s context from the right-hand menu.
4. Make a copy of this dot paper pattern and save it to your computer. Drag and drop the dot paper into the keynote app from the folder where you saved it. If you don’t like dot paper, there’s a large selection of paper patterns here.
6. Now it’s time to add some depth to your paper. Pick format > style > add a border and a shadow to the paper in the Keynote app’s toolbar to make it look more natural. Play around with the settings until you’re satisfied with the appearance of your paper.
10. Select “form” from the toolbar > choose the straight “line” form and place it in the center of the screen (see image below). Adjust the color of the lines to gray and add a shadow using the format and design options in the toolbar.
By default, hyperlink text is underlined, but you can turn it off if you like. Here are several options for enabling and disabling underlining: Choose m text and press the U button in the format bar to stop new text hyperlinks from being automatically underlined. Text that has been underlined is no longer underlined, while plain text is underlined. Click the m button to delete or add an underline to existing hyperlink text.
Create 2D and 3D charts from your own data, such as pie, bar, column, area form, line, and scatter charts, and customize them with different types, colors, and textures. You can arrange tick marks, units, and other labels as you like. In a single number, combine two maps.
Keynote gives you the ability to make your own visually appealing charts to display your results. To generate and edit charts right on the slide canvas, you can copy and paste data from a spreadsheet or type it directly into the Chart Data Editor. The appearance of charts is synchronized by default with the theme you’re using, however you can change colors, textures, shadows, labels, and more to achieve the look you want or to highlight specific elements in your map.