Hello there all. First off I would like to thank all of you very much for all of your help over the past few months. This outlet for disscusion and questions would not be possible without all of your responses to questions and inquires. I do not use Keynote quite yet. Before I buy a product I do a ton of research on it first and make sure I know how to use and get the most out of it. I am a student at the Art Institute where I am always using Powerpoint to show my work and give presentations. However, I badly want to use Keynote. The problem that I see happening is that though I could create content via Keynote at home on my iMac, there would be no way to bring the project to school. Since I don't have a laptop to hook into the smart classrooms at school to show a Keynote presentation, the software would be nearly useless to me. Now these smart classrooms feature both a Wintel computer and newer G5 boxes in each room that hook up to a ceiling mounted projector. Powerpoint is installed on both of these machines so it has been a program that I am kinda shoved into using. My question is this. Has anyone tried installing Keynote to their iPods so that they could plug it into any Mac and run their presentation without exporting to Powerpoint. If I had to export all the time, it wouldn't be worth it since the transitions and general look aren't the same. I would very much like to install Keynote to my iPod and use it this way, since I cannot afford a laptop at this time. Now I realize that you can export to Quicktime, but I need to be interactive with my slides and the school does not have Quicktime Pro to play in full screen. I would rather not export to Quicktime. Also, you can't install any programs to the schools server. Thank you in advanced for any advice or information folks. If this can't be done, then perhaps the rumors of the new Apple Digital Display Device will take care of this situation.