iPresentee releases free Keynote Alphabet for Apple’s Keynote

iPresentee, the developer of add-ons for Apple’s iWork and iLife applications, offers free Keynote Alphabet to be used with Apple’s Keynote presentation software. Keynote Alphabet includes 62 gold shining animations: 26 capital letters, 26 small letters and figures from 0 to 9. Keynote Alphabet can be used as a decoration or to emphasize main points in Keynote presentation.

To add the magic motion to your presentations just download the package, drag and drop letters to the slide, arrange the letters in the right order to complete word or phrase, set repeat options in Keynote‘s QuickTime Inspector and enjoy your presentation. It’s easy, it’s fast, it’s endless action and it’s free.

The background of all animations is transparent and can be used on any colored background. Each object can be changed in size, rotated, increased or decreased in opacity or overlapped with one another to create extra effects.

Minimum Requirements:
• Mac OS X 10.4.3 Tiger and later
• Any version of Apple’s Keynote
• 67 MB Hard Drive space

Keynote Alphabet is being offered free of charge. Free add-ons are available for download at the iPresentee’s website. Samples and more information about Keynote Alphabet are available immediately at the iPresentee website here.


  1. Can you change the color them?

    Please excuse the basic question, but I am at work on my crappy PC, and I can’t even watch the video of the letters because of a missing plug-in that IT is blocking the downloading of.

  2. There are also some free clip art Keynote objects too – though I wouldn’t bother downloading them – they’re pretty awful. Shouldn’t the company have thought that high quality freebies would almost guarantee repeat customers prepared to open their wallets. Sometimes I despair with what some companies think they can get away with!

  3. Great timing. Works like a charm. Just added the letters to my first keynote page. Nice touch with the gold.

    I purchased their themes, animations, etc. about 4 months ago. Most of the offering is so-so, however, there are a few gems in there too.

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