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What info that you need is missing from this page?
Type "fade in" on the CC Premiere Reference pdf. easy.
You can also simply apply the "Default Transition" to the end of a clip.
CTRL-D (video) , Shift-CTRL-D (audio)
Firstly, I really do appreciate your help and thanks to it I now know how to add the key frames.
But to give you an example of Adobe type help and to show that I'm not just being a grouch ;-)
I followed your link which took me to - Premiere Pro / Adding, navigating, and setting keyframes.
But does the article start with "How to add key frames"?
No it doesn't :-(
The article is presented in this order,
View keyframes and graphs
Move the current-time indicator to a keyframe
Add, select, and delete keyframes
Modify keyframe values
Why doesn't it start with Add, select, and delete keyframes which would be logical?
Thanks to you I also managed to find http://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/premiere_pro_reference.pdf
The reference file is key/base to any "help" you are likely to get.
Keep it handy (eg desktop)
It is not a "how to"
Far from it ...and Adobe are often criticised for that.
Some video tutorials offer that kind of help and Adobe do provide them along with others.
Premiere has a formidable initial learning curve. Patience and time is required.
BTW - Keyframes was not really the solution to your initial question. They are just one of the many ways
to "skin that particular cat" in Premiere.