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Chapter 11. Working with Other Applications > Transferring Keynote Files

Transferring Keynote Files

When you see a Keynote presentation file in the Finder, it looks like any other file, but you can run into problems when you need to send that file via email or if you want to burn it onto a CD-ROM. The reason for this is that a Keynote file isn't a single file at all; it's a special kind of Mac OS X file called a package. The Keynote package file looks like a document icon in the Finder, but it is really more like a folder, containing many other files within.

To look inside the Keynote package file, Control-click a Keynote document file in the Finder. A contextual menu will appear (Figure 11.23). Choose Show Package Contents and a Finder window will open and display the contents of the package (Figure 11.24).


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