To change the font size in Keynote on iPad:
Keynote is an awesome tool that enables you to create stunning presentations. What’s even better is that you can use Keynote on your Mac, iPhone, and iPad. The presentations you create can be viewed on different Apple devices, so you might have to change the font size in Keynote to be visible on various screens.
Keep reading to discover how to change the font size in Keynote on iPad.
This is how to edit the text font size if you are using Keynote on an iPad.
You can also reposition the text box by tapping and dragging it on the iPad screen. Additionally, you can further edit the text.
To change the text font, tap on the text box, so it’s highlighted in blue > tap on the ‘paintbrush’ icon > select ‘Text’ > ‘Font’ and tap on the default font. Here you can change the text font by choosing from the list of available fonts.
To change the capitalization, tap on the three dots. Under the Capitalization section, select if you want to apply ‘All Caps’, ‘Small Caps’, ‘Title Caps’ or ‘Start Caps’.
Further, you can customize the text color, change justification, add margins and adjust line spacing.
If you tap on the ‘Arrange’ tab next to the ‘Text’ tab, you can set the text font to back or flip the text horizontally and vertically.
In the ‘Style’ tab, you can change the fill color of the text box, add a border around it, and apply shadow, reflection, and opacity.
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If you prefer using Keynote on Mac, there are several ways you can change the font size.
This method increases the text font size by point increments.
If you often need to resize text, you can add Bigger and Smaller icons to the toolbar to resize the font with just one click. This is how to add them:
Another way to change the font in Keynote on Mac by 1 point-increment is in the Format options that appear in the right-side panel.
In this Text tab, you can also apply other edits to the text, such as choosing another font, formatting it, and adding lists or bullet points.
In the Arrange tab, you can align, position, and rotate the text in the slides. And in the Style tab, you have the options to add fill color, border, shadow, reflection, or opacity to add a bit more character to your slides.
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