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You can create an iBooks presentation which allows you to do this. Whenever I have multiple presentations in one topic, I combine them into an ibooks, which allows you to embed several keynote presentations onto one "slide" or "page". Plus it looks really good -- you just click (or tap in iPad) and the embeded keynote will display. Hope this helps.


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I've managed to expand the file by using the system (or any other) archive utility. Here's how I got into the file: Make a copy of the .key, .pages, or .numbers document Change the file extension to .zip Unarchive as you would any other .zip file to produce a folder This folder is similar to previous show package contents bundle representations of older ...


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The Show Package Contents option is no longer available because iWork documents are now single files. Previously the documents were bundles; bundles are specialised folders on OS X that appear as files to the user. The new file formats are not publicly documented. Magnus Lewan discusses the problems this raises on the Pages FAQ site: Undocumented ...


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If you know how to use Automator: Automator -> create Service -> add applescript block tell application "iTunes" if player state is playing then pause else play end if end tell System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> Services -> check the new workflow and bind it to a keyboard shortcut.


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So you went to your Keynote presentation document file and used the Finder to "Show Package Contents" then you deleted the image files you found in there. That would cause problems. Try this: Open a new Keynote document and select the Theme that you want to use as the basis for your presentation. Now do... View -> Edit Master Slides Delete all Master ...


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In any program to find out what fields/data can be inserted at a given point look for the menu item "Insert" if there is one you will see under that menu diffent types of data that can be inserted. I pages you can "Insert" any of the information from the Addressbook. In numbers it is much more limited. AppleScript is most probley to best solution for ...



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