Animate and Highlight Code in Keynote Presentations

Sam Julien
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Published 3 years ago
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I get asked all the time how I get that cool highlight effect for my code in my talks. It's actually a technique in Keynote my friend Mike Ryan taught me a few years ago. In this screencast, I'll walk you through the steps so you can add this effect to your own talks. This technique should also work in PowerPoint and Google Slides, though the steps might look a little different.

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