I use Keynote for my presentations, and I often have fairly complicated slides with many animations.
This generally works well, and it makes for a nice presentation. However, at the end of the talk, I am often asked to go back to a specific slide. This is made complicated because I need to find the right slide and the go forward however many animations I have to get the final state of the slide. Moreover, if I don’t remember the exact number of animations and click one time too many, I have to go back and repeat the whole process.
Is there a way to see the final state of a slide, after all animations have been applied, when going backward? Alternatively, is there a shortcut that displays the final state of the current slide?