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You are looking for animations. These features are located on the Animation tab. Select the text and choose your animation. Then you can adjust the settings in the toolbar in the Timing group.
Using H to hide Keynote works fine to reveal an app that is not full screen. To switch from Keynote to a full screen app you must go to Keynote preferences and in the "Slideshow" section of the preference window check "Allow Mission Control, Dashboard and others to use the screen". Now you can switch from a running presentation to another full screen app ...
PowerPoint can do just this. In order to enable Presenter View on a secondary monitor, go to the Slide Show tab, click the Set Up Slide Show button, and select the box for Show Presenter View as shown here: With that setting enabled, the monitor not showing the slide show will display the Presenter View tools shown here:
Found a solution that is exactly what I wanted: http://pdfpresenter.sourceforge.net/
In PowerPoint 2013, while the presentation is running, you can right-click the screen and the appropriate option for divided views
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