Jumsoft Themes for Keynote 5.0.6 (MacOSX)

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Posted on 2017-01-23, by luongquocchinh.



Jumsoft Themes for Keynote 5.0.6 (MacOSX) | 802.5 MB

A new look for your Keynote presentations! The variety of 100 smartly structured, elegant Themes for Keynote by Jumsoft gives you vast freedom to turn your presentation into a winner.
Each theme includes at least 32 master slides - a mix of bullet text and photo-oriented layouts. The layouts are polished and modern, with custom bullets, matching tables, and easily readable charts. All photo slides feature media placeholders to crop a placed image neatly into a custom shape.

All Keynote Themes are available in two sizes: Standard (4:3) and Widescreen (16:9).

Every object in the themes can be effortlessly recolored, reshaped, moved, or removed. You can change the background to a color, gradient, or photo with a simple modification in Slide Inspector > Appearance. Type or paste your own text, add and remove text boxes, and change the font if you wish. Drag your photos or pictures onto slides to replace the stock images. Make sure that nothing stands between you and your top presentation.

What's New in Version 5.1.2
- new interface

Compatibility: OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor

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