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adding master pages to Keynote that I can actually edit

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I am required to use Keynote to create a presentation for a client, but somehow cannot find a way to edit the master pages I create from their pre-existing ones. If I copy one of the pre-existing ones, and then edit it, as they suggest, I can apply them to a slide, only to find that the slide cannot be changed without changing the master slide. I cannot find a way around this. Does anyone have any suggestions for me?
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