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A Smart Folder is probably the easiest way to find all your old Keynote files. To create one: Open a Finder Window Click "File" > "New Smart Folder" In the search box, type "key" and then select "Keynote Document" from the dropdown If you like, you can add a last modified filer by clicking the "+" sign under the search box. If you want to save the Smart ...
You could use Org Beamer mode to create the presentation, and then show PDFs instead of Keynote, or run PDF2Keynote to generate a Keynote from the PDFs.
I was going to ask the same thing for Keynote 6 under 10.10, but I'll chime in here instead.. MacLemon's answer doesn't do anything helpful for me in Keynote on Yosemite. One can switch between Navigator and Slide Only from the View menu (so shortcuts could be created via System Preferences), but: I can't find out how to leave the Navigator visible but ...
Turn off the iPad (shut down) and then turn it on again. It worked for me.
When that occurs, you can move your cursor to the screen with the presenter view (in this case the one that everyone could see); some options will appear, including the ability to swap the displays. This will cause your computer's display to become the presenter display and for the "public" display to just show the slide content.
connect the projector and goto the "System Preferences"->"Display" to check which display is the primary one. by default the keynote show "presenter view" on the secondary display, and audience screen to the primary display. You can easy to "switch the display" this way
I have recently come across the same problem, which brought me here. I checked the setting of my Keynote. Here's what I saw: "Copy audio and movie..." was checked as default, but my Keynote does not have "Include Preview ...". Keynote is still inserting links instead of images. Thank, Michelle
No - all the features require a Mac. You can get a large subset of most features if you transfer a Mac keynote to iOS and use it for presenting, but you'll have to dumb down your presentation substantially or render it as a movie to have it play on Windows. Your best bet is getting the connector you need to have the Mac connect to the projector. Other than ...
From your Keynote document select: File > Export > PPT... or better (to avoid most problems with PowerPoint format): File > Export > PDF... This last format will work perfectly on any Unix and any Windows. Warning: test these formats on the target system before a serious presentation. With both formats, video, animation, transitions and ...
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