Add Graph to Presentation on Keynote on iPhone 6

Edited by Freya, Robert, Eng

Hi, welcome to VisiHow. Today I'm going to teach you how to add a graph to a presentation using the Keynote application on the iPhone 6.


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Steps

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    To begin, press the lock button on the right-hand side of the phone
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    Alternatively, we can unlock our phone by pressing the home button at the bottom of the screen
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    Swipe to the right to enter your passcode
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    As an alternative to entering your passcode, put your finger on the home button to use the fingerprint scanner.
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    Find the Keynote icon which is blue and tap it once to open the application
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    The phone is always horizontal while using the Keynote application. In this example, there is already a document open. We can refer to the article on how to create a new presentation using the Keynote application on the iPhone 6 to learn how to do so.
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    Tap on the "+" icon at the top of the screen
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    This brings up a new menu where we can choose to add different things to our presentation.
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    Tap on the icon with three vertical lines, which is the second option from the left
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    Now we can scroll through different types of 2D colors, and different types of bar charts or graphs.
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    Tap on "3D" near the top of the screen to browse 3D options as well if we want something a bit more interesting
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    We can view lots of different colors by swiping left and right.
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    Tap on "Interactive" near the top of the screen to browse more
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    These ones are interactive and will change color or change with movements. Tap on one of them to continue.
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    Tap and slide the white dot near the bottom to change the settings
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    As we can see, the very small dots except for the overlapping ones are moving now. When it is on our presentation it will play through.
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    Tap on the "+" icon to select more
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    In this example, we'll tap on the green pie chart
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    Tap and drag the blue dots to rearrange the size and placement
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    The vertical, horizontal diagonal lines that appear are showing us if it's in proportion.
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    Tap on the chart to bring up more options
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    In this example, we'll tap on "Edit Data". Here we will go through and edit our graph data in the different cells.
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    When we're finished, we will tap on "Done" in the top-right corner
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    As we can see, our data is now saved. Tap anywhere on the screen.
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    Tap on "Presentations" in the top-left corner to go back to the screen where we first chose our document
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    Now you know how to add a graph to a presentation using the Keynote application on the iPhone 6
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    If you have any questions or comments, feel free to add them into the section below, and we'll do our best to get back to you. Thank you for using VisiHow.
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Recent edits by: Robert, Freya

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