The menus in this section provide assistance when Keynote is giving you a hard timeor lead you to answers if you want to tap into some of the online resources that Apple provides.
Choose this command to open Keynote Helpthe program's electronic instruction manualin the Help Viewer program. Click Contents to browse for a help topic, or enter a search word or phrase in the field at the top of the window and press Return. The Help Viewer functions like a Web browser: click a blue, underlined link to move to a different page, use the backward and forward buttons to move to the previous or next page, and click the Home button to return to the Keynote Help starting point. Keyboard equivalent: -?
When you click this button, your Web browser opens and takes you to www.apple.com/support/keynote, Apple's online support site. Here you'll find information on the latest software updates and links to frequently asked questions. You'll also find a link to Apple's Keynote Discussions forum where you can post questions, read comments from other Keynote owners , and search the forum for information pertaining to your questions.
When you choose this command, the Help Viewer opens and displays the complete list of keyboard shortcuts you can use while working with Keynote.
Choose this command to open Preview and view the PDF version of the printed User's Guide that came with Keynote. This file contains the same information as the printed guide but includes color illustrations. You can browse through the book using Preview's navigation toolbar or enter search words in its search field. Click any of the search results listed in the drawer to jump to that page of the guide.
When you choose this command, Keynote opens and displays the iWork Tour slideshow, giving an overview of Pages' and Keynote's abilitiesand providing a great demonstration of a Keynote slideshow.
Choose this command to open your Web browser to Apple's product page for Keynote. Here you can read highlights of the program's features and selling points, and even purchase a copy of iWork '05 from the Apple Store.