Using the Keynote Object List

A new feature in Keynote puts all of the objects on a slide in a list so you can easily access and arrange them. You can also group and name objects easily, and move them between slides.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Using the Keynote Object List”

    Jean-Claude
    2 years ago

    Very useful. Thanks!

    bridjmon
    2 years ago

    Is there a way “turn off” an object in the list, to hide it as needed. Like turning off a layer in Photoshop or Powerpoint’s “Selection Panel”?

    bridjmon
    2 years ago

    As a work around, I make the object transparent and “lock it”. Not the best solution.

    2 years ago

    bridjmon: You mean “hide” the object? Not directly. I would just set the object’s opacity to 0 and lock it if needed, as you suggest.

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