Apple Keynote is one of trusted presentation tool for business.
For those who is Mac-based business transitioning from PowerPoint to Keynote, the Keynote's flexible file-compatibility choices will help you move the presentation files from one application to the other.
The transition through PowerPoint to Keynote starts and ends within Keynote itself.
How to Convert PowerPoint Presentation into KeynoteHere below step-by-step converting Microsoft PowerPoint presentation into Keynote.
|Step by Step Converting PowerPoint into Keynote Presentation|
- The first step is launching Keynote and then opens the File menu. Select "Open" and navigate to the location of your PowerPoint document folder.
- The second step is clicking on the "Open" button to allow Keynote to translate your PPT or PPTX file into Keynote format. When the translation surface finishes, the file opens in Keynote. If any features of the original document failed to translate correctly, Keynote presents a warning to alert you to conversion problems. Click on the actual "Review" button to examine the error details or even the "Don't Review" button to proceed directly to the document.
- The third step is editing your presentation and looking for any PowerPoint features that don't present the look you want. Dress up your own slides with Keynote's textures and transitions.
- The fourth step is opening the File menu and choose "Save As" Turn off the "Hide Extension" check box at the base of the Save As window to help you see the KEY file expansion as you save your record in Keynote format.
- The fifth step is actually navigating to where you want to save your file, if you would like to save it in a various location than your original PowerPoint document. Change the label of your file to distinguish it further from the PowerPoint origins.
- Then click on the actual "Save" button to complete the process.
Simple Tips When Convert PowerPoint to KeynoteJust for the tips, save a copy of your PowerPoint presentation in PDF format so you are able to confirm or compare its unique appearance with your new Keynote version.
Check your typeface utilization for any font styles that did not translate properly, especially if your own PowerPoint file originated on someone else's Mac with different font files.
Keep in your mind, PowerPoint files that originate under the actual Windows version of the program usually use slip sizes based on screen promises that aren't common on the actual Mac.
Last but not least, always check the translated presentations for document measurements.