What you need to do is get into Presenter’s Display.To enable the presenter display:
1 Choose Keynote > Preferences, and then click Presenter Display.
2 Select “Use alternate display to view presenter information.”
In the Preferences window, you can also select the items that you want to appear
in the presenter display. But you can also select different options and make further
adjustments when you customize the presenter display.
3 Click Slideshow at the top of the Preferences window.
4 Select one of the following options at the bottom of the Preferences window: Present on primary display: Shows the slideshow on the same display as the menu bar. Present on secondary display: Shows the slideshow on the display without the
5 To specify which items you want to have available in the Presenter Display, select them. For a description of each option, see belowTo customize the presenter display:
1 Access the presenter display preview by doing any of the following:
Click the Customize Presenter Display button at the bottom of Presenter
Display preferences. Choose Play > Customize Presenter Display.
2 In the Customize Presenter Display window, select the options you want to see in the
presenter display.Current Slide:
Shows a preview of the slide that currently appears on the display that
the audience is watching. This can be useful if, for example, the slideshow is playing on a screen behind you.Build Markers:
Appear as blue dots below the current slide preview, indicating how
many builds are on the current slide.Next Slide:
Shows a preview of the next slide.Ready to Advance Indicator:
Appears as a green or red bar across the top of the
Presenter Display, indicating when the current build is finished playing through and
the slide is awaiting a click from you to continue. Red means the slide is not yet ready
to be advanced; green means the slide is ready to be advanced.
Shows the current time according to your computer’s clock.Timer
: Lets you know how much time your presentation is taking, beginning from the
moment you advance to the next slide (not when you press Play). Select an option to
specify how you want to be timed:Time Remaining:
Indicates how much time is left for your presentation. Enter the
maximum time for your presentation in the adjacent field.Elapsed Time:
Indicates how much time has passed since you started to play
3 Drag the items on the screen to position them in the way you prefer.
4 To resize an item on the screen, drag its lower-right corner.
5 Click Done.
This is the only way that you are going to be able to control Keynote, other wise it will be on Self Play.
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Presenter’s Display during a presentation, you can see which keys control the slideshow by pressing the Help, Question Mark (?), or Forward Slash (/) key.
To see a complete list of all Keynote keyboard shortcuts, choose Help > Keyboard Shortcuts.