You have created an important presentation using Apple’s Keynote. But just when you are getting ready to export it to your friend, you come to know that he is using Windows or want the file in a different format. Needless to fret over it, mate! Converting a Keynote presentation into PowerPoint, HTML or PDF is a pretty simple process.
You can also save your Keynote in QuickTime, Images and Keynote ’09 format. Let me show you how it works.
How to Export Keynote Presentation to PowerPoint, PDF or HTML Format on Mac
Step #1. Open Keynote app on your Mac. Then, create a new presentation or open an existing one in the Keynote app on your Mac.
I’m going to use the one that I’ve already made.
Step #2. Now, click on the File menu.
Step #3. Next, click on Export To.
Then, you need to select the format in which you want to convert the file. You have multiple options like PDF, PowerPoint, HTML, QuickTime, Images, Keynote 09.
From here, the process of exporting the presentation in any format is almost same. Hence, you can choose any of the available options.
In this test, I’m going to select PowerPoint.
Step #4. A window will appear on your screen, click on Advanced Options.
And select between the .pptx and .ppt formats.
Just in case you want to use presentation on your newer Windows computer. Choose. pptx
Step #5. Now, click on Next.
Step #6. Up next, you have to enter a name of the exported document and choose a location to save it. Finally, click on Export.
If the original file is shielded by a password, it will automatically apply to copies exported in PDF, PowerPoint, and Keynote ’09 formats. For these formats, you have the option to export without password protection, keep the original password, or even assign a different password to the copy.
So, that’s how you can export your Keynote as another format on macOS. Have any feedback? Shoot it in the comments below.
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