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How Do I Create Circular Text In Keynote?

I have O.S.10.13.6 and Keynote 8.3. Picture a circle. I want my text to go around the circumstance of that circle. I would like to know how to do that both inside and outside of the circumstance. There seem to be a couple of ways to do it in PowerPoint but I cannot figure out even one way to achieve it in Keynote. I know how to edit shapes and I know that shapes can also functions as text boxes. I would be very grateful if you could give specific steps to follows.
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George Coder

Comments: One Response to “How Do I Create Circular Text In Keynote?”

    2 months ago

    There is no function in Keynote to do this. So you need to do it in another app and import the result into Keynote. I would use Illustrator to do it, since I have Adobe Creative Cloud. But you should use what you have, or find something that does it that fits your needs and budget.

    There is at least two apps in the Mac App Store that do it if you search: TextAround and TypeStyler. Or, you could just use PowerPoint since you already have that. Make your circle text and export that slide as an image into your Keynote presentation.

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