B03 Image Adjustments 1:12

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Using the Mask tool to crop and
compose images

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If you wanna a photo in your presentation

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but only want use a part of it

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the mask tool in Keynote
can help you do just that.

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With the image you wanna work on selected

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click the "Mask" button.

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If you want make the mask bigger or smaller

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just click on the edge of the window

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and then drag the size until
the mask is the size you want.

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To zoom in on an image
drag the mask slider to the right,

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and just drag the photo around

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until the portion you want showing

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is inside the window.

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Once you done editing your photo

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click "Edit Mask" again,

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the mask portion of the image disappears

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and you left only with the part you
wanna use in your presentation.

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Since Keynote still has
access to the original photo

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if you decide you wanna change the mask

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just select the photo,

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click "Edit Mask" and
change it again

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until it's just the way you wanna it.

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With the mask tool

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cropping and repositioning your photos

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right inside Keynote
only takes few clicks.
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