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1. What shape types can we use when adding an image to create a custom mask?
We can use any of the shape options available in Keynote, including a custom shape using the pen tool.
We can use any of the shape options available in Keynote with the exception of custom shapes using the pen tool.
We can use squares, circles and triangles, but none of the other standard shapes, nor can we use custom shapes.
2. What file types are we limited to when creating custom masks in Keynote?
When adding an image to a shape as a custom mask, we are limited to only using JPG and PNG files.
We can use any image file format that we would normally be able to use in Keynote (including JPG, PNG, TIFF and Photoshop files).
When adding an image to a shape as a custom mask, we are limited to only using JPG files.
3. How do we adjust the location and zoom amount of an image file used in a shape to create a mask?
By double-clicking on the shape, we are given an option to resize and/or re-position the image that we are masking.
Once a mask has been applied, we can’t change it. We would need to remove and recreate the mask.
We can highlight the shape and choose “Mask” from the toolbar.
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