Keynote 09 questions

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  1. joonyee94 macrumors newbie

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    So, yeah. Apple's iWork Keynote 09'. So can Keynote save your presentation into .pptx file format? Oh yeah, also after I finished my keynote and I want to open my file in a PC, and begin my presentation, so will the animations and the whole/some-part of my presentation slides got deformed for examples letters co-ordinations all misplaced, shown in a language that's non-understandable, or it just cant open out in Microsoft PowerPoint? Thanks~ Hoping you guys can solved my problems as soon as possible!
     
  2. Dave Braine macrumors 68040

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    I'm using 08, so can't comment about .pptx format. However, when you export a Keynote presentation as a Powerpoint, and then open that Powerpoint on a PC, you may well have problems.

    The fonts, builds animations etc, will only work the same if the ones that you have used are installed/supported by the version of Powerpoint on the PC. Best to try it out in plenty of time incase you have any work to do.
     
  3. Petercha macrumors newbie

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    How do you change what number the slide numbering starts at in Keynote?

    I am putting together a slide show in Keynote. The first few slides are "header" slides, if you will, and must not be included in the slide numbers. I want to start the numbering at 1, but a few slides into the presentation. How can I do this?
     
  4. joonyee94 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    So will it work when I saved it as a compatible file format of Microsoft PowerPoint, I mean by the build animations and the fonts coordinates.
     
  5. Dave Braine macrumors 68040

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    Only if the version of Powerpoint uses the same build animations, and the PC has the same fonts that are on your Mac.
     

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