|Oct 24, 2007, 03:19 PM||#1|
Viewing iWork in Windows
Just wondering, why do you think Apple has not released a program that allows Windows users to view iWork projects (mainly Keynote presentations) in Windows? I think it could be easily done through Quicktime, much like the Picture Viewer is. With that, users would not have to worry about their files being changed when exported to PowerPoint. Just a thought.
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