Make it Your Own:
Learn to use the Style Palettes to completely transform our shape-based NXT-generation themes for Keynote 6.x / 7.x with your own color palette in a few short steps.
Where are the KeynotePro Themes installed?
Keynote Themes (Keynote 6.x +)
KeynotePro Themes are added to the My Themes tab in the Keynote 6.x theme chooser automatically when you double-click the theme file - Right-click or Control-click a theme directly in the chooser to manage the themes you've installed.
Keynote Themes & Supplemental Materials (Keynote 2.x -5.x).
KeynotePro Themes are installed within a directory in the Library > Application Support > iWork > Keynote > Themes directory. Supplemental Materials are located in the themes folder.
Can I get Additional Downloads of my Themes?
Items in both your Active and Archival libraries are subject to a download limit of two (2) downloads per file. We're happy to enable additional downloads in most cases - just complete the Request Additional Downloads form (or click on the Request button in your downloads list) to issue a download adjustment request for your account and Customer Support will tend to it as soon as your request is approved.
Where can I find a Photo used on KeynotePro.com?
We use several sources for our photography: some of the photos are available on every Mac OS X system (system desktop imagery), and we also use iStockPhoto.com extensively. iStockPhoto images are inexpensive, very good quality, and actively support independent photographers. We do not include photos as part of our theme packages for several reasons (ultimately, to do so would drive up the cost of the themes to the benefit of a relative few), but if you'd like to use one of the images you've seen on our site in your own presentation, we've made it easy.
Sign in to Your Account, and navigate to the Theme Library page for the theme in question - Stock Photo References, when available for Royalty-Free use, will be listed at the bottom of the page. iStockPhoto images are noted by name and hyperlinked. Mac OS X Desktop Pictures, when used, are noted by name + directory.