I love keynote's grace and style and I want to transition other people at work over to it. My main concerns: Keynote has an end result in mind it seems. You start off specifying what resolution you want to display in. With powerpoint this doesn't exist (didn't.. I haven't used it in a long time.). I know this can be changed at a later date, and if I personally need to change it and then rework tables/alignment, I would have no problem doing this on the fly. I don't want my co workers to have to worry about this though. Do I just recommend they just begin their work in 800x600? 1024x768? Other concern, if presenting a Keynote file is not an option for the location they are presenting at (they can't setup their own laptop) what do they need to consider from a design standpoint if they may have to export to PPT? Obviously some of the great transitions/effects will be unavailable, but again, going back to ease of use and ease of transition to this product I don't want them to have to overthink this. There is desire from my peers to use Keynote, but I want to be sure I can have a complete solution for them. Any help in transitioning new people who have trenched themselves in PowerPoint for years would be great.