|Sep 22, 2013, 11:36 PM||#1|
Hello everybody (said in a Dr. Nick voice :P)
All of my classes notes get downloaded as Keynote and I was wondering if there is an option for highlighting certain parts of the text?? That would help me greatly since I won't have to rewrite some important notes!!!
|Sep 23, 2013, 04:31 PM||#3|
I don't believe there is a method to highlight in Keynote, such as the feature in Preview.
However, you can create a box or rectangle outline and highlight partial lines or one line at a time. Not the quickest, but I believe that is the best you can do on Keynote.
If you can change the text, wouldn't making the information that is important underlined, bold, or italic be easier? Just a suggestion, I'm not exactly sure what the slides look like obviously
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