Keynote User Guide for iPad
- Intro to Keynote
- Intro to images, charts, and other objects
- Create your first presentation
- Choose how to navigate your presentation
- Open a presentation
- Save and name a presentation
- Find a presentation
- Print a presentation
- Customize the toolbar
- Copy text and objects between apps
- Basic touchscreen gestures
- Use Apple Pencil with Keynote
- Create a presentation using VoiceOver
- Add lines and arrows
- Add and edit drawings
- Set the movie format
- Change object transparency
- Fill objects with color or an image
- Add a border to an object
- Add a caption or title
- Add a reflection or shadow
- Use object styles
- Resize, rotate, and flip objects
- Add linked objects to make your presentation interactive
- Select text and place the insertion point
- Change the look of text
- Use text styles
- Format lists
- Add mathematical equations
- Add links
- Add or delete a table
- Select tables, cells, rows, and columns
- Merge or unmerge cells
- Resize, move, or lock a table
- Send a presentation
- Intro to collaboration
- Invite others to collaborate
- Collaborate on a shared presentation
- Follow activity in a shared presentation
- Change a shared presentation’s settings
- Stop sharing a presentation
- Shared folders and collaboration
- Use Box to collaborate
- Create an animated GIF
- Post your presentation in a blog
- Use iCloud Drive with Keynote
- Export to PowerPoint or another file format
- Restore an earlier version of a presentation
- Move a presentation
- Delete a presentation
- Password-protect a presentation
- Create and manage custom themes
Change text capitalization in Keynote on iPad
You can quickly make selected text all uppercase or lowercase, or format text as a title, with the first letter of each word capitalized.
Select the text you want to change, then tap .
Tap in the Font section of the controls.
If you don’t see text controls, tap Text or Cell.
Tap a capitalization option.
None: The text is left as you entered it, with no changes.
All Caps: All text is capitalized at the same height.
Small Caps: All text is capitalized with larger capitals for uppercase letters.
Title Case: The first letter of each word (except for prepositions, articles, and conjunctions) is capitalized—for example, Seven Wonders of the World.
Start Case: The first letter of each word is capitalized—for example, Seven Wonders Of The World.