Make slick moves in Keynote

presentation tool, its equivalent of Microsoft Office’s PowerPoint. However, it can do a great deal more than just create slides, thanks to its support for rich media like audio and video. You can use it to create standalone animations, interactive projects, or even to mock up websites

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