Add Photo 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 photo to a presentation using the Keynote application on the iPhone 6.


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. 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. The phone is always horizontal while using the Keynote application. In this example, we're already in a presentation. We can refer to the article on how to create a presentation using Keynote on the iPhone 6. No matter which template we use, we'll always have the same options at the top.
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    Tap on the "+" icon at the top, which is the second one from the left. The new options at the top change whether we have a graph, a shape, or a photo.
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    Tap on the photo icon, which is the farthest option on the right-hand side. Because this is an Apple application, it doesn't have to ask for access to our photos and our camera.
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    Tap on a photo album to select a photo.
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    Tap on a photo to select it.
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    Tap and drag on the blue dots to resize the image. As we can see, the diagonal line indicates if it's in proportion or not.
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    Tap and drag the center of the picture to move it around. The vertical and horizontal yellow line show us if it's centered in the page.
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    Tap on the "+" icon in the top to add from our camera.
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    Tap on "Take Photo or Video" in the bottom-left. As we can see, this now opens our camera.
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    Tap on the circle icon next to "Photo" to take a photo.
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    Tap on "Retake" to dismiss it and take another photo.
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    Tap on "Use Photo" to save and continue. This will enter it into our presentation.
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    Tap and drag the corner of the image to resize it. As we can see, the other picture is here underneath. The yellow lines appear to help us keep something with a good border rather than just centered.
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    Tap outside of the image to save the adjustments.
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    Tap on "Presentations" in the top-left corner. Now our photos have been saved.
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    Now you know how to add a photo to a presentation using the Keynote application on the iPhone 6. 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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