2 Replies Latest reply: Oct 6, 2013 6:55 PM by Kyle Peck
Kyle Peck Level 1 Level 1

I am creating a series of animations to illustrate a complex set of ideas, and I want to do it as a series of animations, to keep each slide from getting too complex. I would like to do this a stages, by creating a new slide that is a copy of where the previous slide ended.  I'm hoping that some of you have done more with Keynote animations than I, and that you'll be able to give me a few suggestions.  Thanks!!

  • Gary Scotland Level 6 Level 6
    expertise.desktops
    Desktops

    On slide 1, Copy (command C) the image, create a new slide and paste (command V) onto the second slide then add the next build to it.

  • Kyle Peck Level 1 Level 1

    Thanks, Gary.  I should have mentioned that the previous slide moved and scaled several groups of objects.  So, at the end of the slide's activity the groups of objects were in different positions and were of different sizes than they are when I return to the slide.  So if I copy the opbject sn paste them onto the next slide, I still need to get them to the right place, and scale them.  That's tricky, especially since text objects don't scale like graphic objects.  Thanks for trying tohelp, though.  I apprecaite your effort!