I have a bunch of related topics I teach. Each topic has its own Keynote presentation.

I am making a new class which teaches all the topics together. I would like to make a Keynote presentation for this class using the existing presentations. I don't want to copy the slides, that will be a maintenance hassle to change both copies.

Can I embed a Keynote presentation in a Keynote presentation?

  • It'll be best to just copy the slides and put them into the Keynote that you want to keep. – Melvin Jefferson Apr 12 '18 at 17:45
  • Did you ever sort out this recursive need? – bmike Jun 14 '18 at 1:12
  • @bmike Nope. Haven't made a Keynote presentation in a while either. – Schwern Jun 14 '18 at 16:52

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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