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Chapter 10. Working with Powerpoint Files

Chapter 10. Working with Powerpoint Files

One of the great things about Keynote is that it does a very good job of reading and writing Microsoft PowerPoint files. For the most part, you should be able to take a PowerPoint file, open it in Keynote, and then modify it in Keynote or use it to give a presentation.

That's the theory, anyway. In the real world, you'll find that PowerPoint presentations opened in Keynote usually need a little tweaking before they are ready for prime time. In rare cases, you won't be able to open up a PowerPoint presentation in Keynote at all, at least until you modify the presentation a bit in PowerPoint.


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