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Koen Mariën

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Jul 23, 2018 Koen Mariën
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You want to add some photos to a Keynote deck? Don’t bother adding them one by one, Just drag and drop from the Photos app.
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Jul 19, 2018 Koen Mariën
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During the latest Wordwide Apple Distinguished Educators Institute in Austin, I learned this amazing trick from Adam Torrens (@ATorrens84). With just 1 keyboard shortcut you can bring up an emoji picker. Simply use Command-Control-Space and the laughing turd is right there!
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Feb 16, 2018 Koen Mariën
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You can build up a shape in Keynote from multiple other shapes. Subtract one shape from another. Unite into one so you can apply formatting to it.
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Sep 21, 2017 Koen Mariën
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Recording a Keynote has been possible on macOS for a long time. I always missed this feature on iOS. With screen recording on iOS 11 this has become a reality.
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Sep 19, 2017 Koen Mariën
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Create a very simple Finder service in Automator to resize any image without even opening the image.
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Sep 19, 2017 Koen Mariën
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Multitasking got a makeover in iOS 11. The way to get apps in SplitView changed and involves dragging apps around. See how I use it to get Photos and Notes side by side and drag and drop text from a note in Photos.
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Aug 26, 2017 Koen Mariën
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Magic Move is a really magical feature in Keynote. But what if you want some objects on your slide to be not included in the magic? There is a simple trick to achieve this!
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Aug 26, 2017 Koen Mariën
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Do you want all objects to be arranged horizontally or vertically on a slide? Just a few clicks …
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Aug 26, 2017 Koen Mariën
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With the Zoom feature that can be found in the accessibility utilities it is very easy to quickly highlight a part of your iOS screen.