Keynote Vectors

I was using Keynote to show how the simple tools could be used to create effective and interesting animations. I was a little stuck on how to easily make items from scratch or where to locate free-to-use vectors for people to use, when I discovered that Keynote actually has a ton of built-in vectors. They’re located in the toolbar under the Shapes button.

In hindsight, it’s easy to see that you could scroll down and see that there are tons of things besides basic shapes in there, but I found it useful and I think I’m not the only one who’s missed it. Of course, keynote has many other features that make creating your own objects super simple, so it’s sometimes worth a new wandering around software every now and then. I think that, with minimal tinkering, these assets can create a very nice and cohesive look for small animated tutorials and the like.


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