Keynote User Guide for Mac
- What’s new in Keynote 13.2
- Intro to Keynote
- Intro to images, charts, and other objects
- Create a presentation
- Choose how to navigate your presentation
- Open or close a presentation
- Save and name a presentation
- Find a presentation
- Print a presentation
- Touch Bar for Keynote
- Create a presentation using VoiceOver
- Add 3D objects
- Add lines and arrows
- Animate, share, or save drawings
- Set movie and image formats
- Change object transparency
- Fill shapes and text boxes 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
- Move and edit objects using the object list
- Add linked objects to make your presentation interactive
- Select text and place the insertion point
- Use a keyboard shortcut to apply a style
- Format lists
- Add a highlight effect to text
- Add mathematical equations
- Add links
- Add borders and rules (lines) to separate text
- 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
- See the latest 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
- Reduce the presentation file size
- Save a large presentation as a package file
- Restore an earlier version of a presentation
- Move a presentation
- Delete a presentation
- Password-protect a presentation
- Lock a presentation
- Create and manage custom themes
Change text capitalization in Keynote on Mac
You can set Keynote to automatically capitalize words at the beginning of sentences. You can also quickly make selected text all uppercase or lowercase, or format text as a title, with the first letter of each word capitalized.
Capitalize sentences automatically
Choose Keynote > Settings (from the Keynote menu at the top of your screen).
Click Auto-Correction at the top of the settings window.
In the Spelling section, select the checkbox next to “Capitalize words automatically.”
This setting applies only to Keynote, and not to other applications on your Mac.
Select the text you want to change.
To change all of the text in a text box or table cell, select the text box or table cell.
In the Format sidebar, click the Text tab, then click the Style button near the top of the sidebar.
In the Font section, click , then choose an option from the Capitalization pop-up menu:
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.