Finding and Replacing Text
You can find every instance of a word or phrase in your document and optionally
change it to something else.
Here are ways to find and replace text:
Choose Edit > Find > Find, click Simple or Advanced to set up find/replace criteria, and
then click a button to conduct find/replace operations.
Simple: In the Find field, type the text you want to find, and type any text you want to
replace it with in the Replace field.
Advanced: In addition to typing Find and Replace text, you can set up additional find/
Replace All: Automatically conducts the find/replace operation without your review.
Replace: Replaces the current selection with the replacement text.
Replace & Find: Replaces the current selection with the replacement text and
immediately finds the next occurrence of the Find text.
Next or Previous: Finds the next or previous occurrence of the Find text.
Use the other commands on the Edit > Find submenu.
Find: Displays search results for terms typed in the document search field.
Find Next or Find Previous: Finds the next or previous occurrence of the current
Use Selection for Find: Finds the next occurrence of the selected text.
Jump to Selection: Displays the selected text when it's not currently in view.
Working with Text
Learn how to add, manipulate, and modify images and
shapes in your slideshow. Many of the same techniques can
also be applied to other objects, such as charts, tables, text
boxes, and movies.
An object is any item you place on your slide that will be seen during the presentation.
Images, shapes, movies, text boxes, tables, and charts are all objects.
This chapter focuses on images—meaning photographs or PDF files—and shapes,
which include simple predrawn shapes (such as triangles and arrows) and custom
shapes that you can draw yourself using the tools available in Keynote. Most of
the techniques covered in this chapter for placing and manipulating shapes and
images can be generalized to tables, charts, and other objects. Any special formatting
considerations pertaining to tables, charts, movies, text boxes, and web views are
covered in other chapters.
Keynote accepts all QuickTime-supported formats, including the following graphics file