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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by grimreaper1377, Jan 22, 2009.
I can't figure out how to change the background color of text in Keynote 09. Any ideas?
1. Select the text.
2. Click the "Fonts" button.
3. Use the "document color" button (4th button from the left) to adjust.
The problem is that it fills the ENTIRE text box...not just the part I've highlighted...
Sounds awfully PowerPointish... Keynotes are designed to be sexy, not have a solid color text box. You could always insert a shape (square) behind the text box if you really wanted to.
Here's how I did it.
On the upper right is i button (inspector)
Clicked that on got a box
Two buttons Transition and Appearance
then I picked a color
Yes it is Powerpointish but just want basic information to be more like a billboard rather than a fireworks display.
Also I am using the same basic header information and copying the basic slide to build on was super easy. Now if I can figure out how to save it so the individual slides will usable in iMovie I will be golden!