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Hi Guys,

I hope someone knows :-)
I made a new theme in keynote. I would like to prevent the user from positioning the text boxes and or the graphics elsewhere in the page. Is it possible to prevent re-positioning or everything is possible-free event though you work on a slide and not on the master?
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As far as I know it is not possible. You can position objects and text boxes in the master pages but soon as something has been put into it on the slides it is free to move.

What I do is to make two or three slides that have some guides for the client, how to use and stuff I want them to stick to, but if you are making a theme for sale it might not be appropriate.
These guide slides I make are marked as hidden so there is no danger that it will appear in the show.
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sigurarm thank you for your comment. The presentation is for a client and i already assumed
its not possible yet that's a good idea to leave the guidelines in the master templates. Thank you again.
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