- Creating Builds to Reveal Text
- Creating a Sequence Build to Reveal a Table
- Creating Interleaved Builds
- Watching the Presentation So Far
- Creating Transitions Between Slides
- Indexing Your Presentation with Spotlight
- Configuring Preferences for Smooth Playback
- Running Your Presentation
- Pausing and Resuming a Slideshow
- Troubleshooting Your Presentation
- Lesson Review
Indexing Your Presentation with Spotlight
Starting with OS X Tiger, Apple has improved the ability to search the contents of your hard drive. By using Spotlight, you can enter keywords to refine a search. This process can be very fast as Spotlight can index your system. The more information you give it, the more accurately your files can be indexed.
Keynote 3 allows you to accurately index your presentation files for easy searching later. You can add your name, the title of your presentation, keywords, and comments to a Keynote presentation. Then you can use Spotlight to search for presentations containing that information.
- Open the Document Inspector.
- Click the Spotlight button.
- Enter the information you want to use for searches:
- Author: Type your name.
- Title: San Francisco Tourism.
- Keywords: Enter titles of slides or major topics.
- Comments: Describe what the presentation was created for.
- Save your work.
The next time you search with Spotlight, your presentation will be easier to find.