I tutor accounting as a part-time job, and through my continued efforts of creating a superior experience for my clients, I was contemplating incorporating brief powerpoint presentations to highlight the major areas they need to know. I really wanted to use Keynote for my iPad for this purpose, because it's more portable than my laptop and (imo) superior for reading pdf's on, but messing around with the iPad version of keynote at the apple store left me...less than impressed. That being said, I haven't completely abandoned this idea, and began looking at using the OS X version while showing it on my laptop. The problem however, was I wasn't sure if I could properly utilize Keynote's strengths for the area that I would use it in (accounting) and wanted some input on that. I perceive Keynote's major advantage over powerpoint (well, at least older versions of powerpoint) in its ability to maximize the visual impact of the presentation. This works out great if your presentations are media heavy, but unfortunately, for those who have taken accounting before know, it's mostly text, chart, and report based (exciting I know). Am I wrong in this presumption? Does Keynote offer something else over powerpoint (btw, I already have powerpoint, but I would need to buy Keynote) that I'm not aware of due to lack of experience with the application? I have also read (on this forum and elsewhere) that compatibility between keynote for iOS and OS X can be spotty at best, which makes me sad. Is this still the case? Thanks in advance to anyone who is able to assist me.