Apple Learning Series Workshop

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peterJanuary 19th, 2010 at 5:46 pm

david
trying to add audio as narration in keynote as you covered at the cumberland on wedneday last week. I can import from itunes but do not see button where you can add as audio track as we did in your session. can you help?
thanks
peter

dbaughJanuary 19th, 2010 at 6:13 pm

Hi Peter

Which version of Keynote are you using?

If it is Keynote 09

Go to File > Record Slideshow

Or to the Inspector Document > Audio
If it is Keynote 08 I think it can only get reached through the Inspector.

Regards

David

David Baugh
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http://www.dvined.org.uk

Lars LevinJanuary 19th, 2010 at 8:48 pm

Hi David

I saw your workshop last week in London, actually 2 times. I was pretty wild with the possibilities of Snow Leopard Server. Before I buy one for my school, so I would like to know whether it is easy to set up to our own domain? For me it is important that my students and teachers can log on to the server outside of the school.

Thank you in advance.

Sincerely, Lars
Denmark

dbaughJanuary 19th, 2010 at 8:54 pm

HI Lars

Yes it is pretty easy. Your server will have an internal IP address on your network and also an outward facing IP address for the Internet. It is recommended that this should be behind some sort of hardware firewall. You then simply point your domain to this IP address. You may need to help form a technical person to set up router to allow this to happen. But as I said I am un-technical and have done it myself 3 times – even at home!

David

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