Edit Style Options on Keynote on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Robert, Eng, vc
Hi, welcome to VisiHow. Today I'm going to teach you how to edit style options on a presentation using the Keynote application on the iPhone 6.
To begin, press the lock button on the right-hand side of the phone.
Alternatively, we can unlock our phone by pressing the home button at the bottom of the screen.
Swipe to the right to enter your passcode.
As an alternative to entering your passcode, put your finger on the home button to use the fingerprint scanner.
Find the Keynote icon which is blue and tap it once to open the application.
The phone is always horizontal while using the Keynote application. If we don't know how to open a presentation, we can refer to the article on how to do so.
Select something to change the style of.
In this example, we'll select the "Hello" text box.
Tap on the paintbrush icon at the top of the screen to bring up a new window.
Here we have the option to change "Style".
Browse through and tap on a color to select a new color.
Tap on "Style Options" to change more options.
Scroll through and select a color.
Tap on the multi-colored icon to select from a wider range of colors.
Tap on "Fill" in the top-left to go back.
Tap on "Style" in the top-left to go back again.
Tap on "Border" to select different border options.
Enable or disable a border by tapping on the white bubble to the right of "Border".
Tap on "Color" to select a new color for the border.
Tap on the multi-colored icon to select a wider range of colors.
Tap on a color of choice.
In this example, we'll tap on red.
Tap on "Border Color" to go back.
Tap on "Border" to go back again.
Tap and drag the round button next to "Width" to adjust the width.
As we can see now, the border is quite thick.
Tap on "Effects" to change effects.
Tap on the white bubble next to "Shadow" to enable a shadow on the border.
Tap and drag the white bubble underneath "Reflection" to change the reflection amount.
Tap and drag the white bubble underneath "Opacity" to change the opacity.
As we can see, dragging this changes how transparent the box is.
Tap on "Style" to go back.
Tap on "Text" to edit text and change any details.
Tap on the font name to edit more details.
Tap on the up and down arrows to adjust the font size.
Tap on the box next to "Color" to edit the text color.
Tap on a color to select it.
Tap on "Text Options" to go back.
Tap on "Font" to change the font type.
The default is "Helvetica" but we can scroll through the fonts that are listed in alphabetical order. Anything with an "I" on the right-hand side gives us extra formats of that particular font as well.
When we're finished, we'll tap on "Fonts" in the top-left corner of the window.
Tap on "Text Options" in the top-left to go back again.
Tap on "Text" to go back.
Tap on the top row of icons to add bold text, italic text, underlined text, or strike through text.
Tap them again to disable.
Tap on the bottom row of icons to adjust the alignment between left, centered, right, or aligned.
Tap on the correct title paragraph style.
We can say it's "Title", "Caption", "Label Dark" etc. we can scroll through and it will change the formatting depending on what type of text it is.
Tap on "Arrange" to adjust more options.
Tap on the icons underneath "Move to Back/Front" to adjust the option.
In this example, it doesn't make much difference, but depending on what we've done it will make quite a drastic difference.
Tap on these icons to select the alignment.
As we can see this moves it to the bottom, top, or middle.
Adjust the columns or margins by tapping the "+" and "-" icons.
Tap on "Lock" to lock the document.
Tap on the arrow in the top-right of the window to close it and add the changes.
Tap on "Done" in the top-left corner to save the changes.
Tap on "Presentations" in the top-left corner.
As we can see, the changes have been made in our document.
Now you know how to edit style options using the Keynote application on the iPhone 6.
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Video: Edit Style Options on Keynote on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Eng, Robert, Freya