Apple has released an update for new presentation application Keynote.
This is the worldwide release version of Keynote. It supports Japanese-, French-, German-, Dutch-, Italian- and Spanish-language operating systems.
The application will create slides with typography using twelve Apple-designed themes. It lets users draw charts and tables, resize elements and align these elements to create slide presentations.
Keynote supports a number of graphics formats, including: PDF, PSD, TIFF, JPEG and Flash. It also supports QuickTime, OpenGL and OS X's Quartz imaging system.
The 9MB update requires Mac OS X 10.2 (it works best with 10.2.4 or later), 128MB of RAM and a G3 or G4 processor running at a minimum 500MHz. 8MB of video RAM is also required. The application costs £79 (including VAT).