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How to Con­vert MS Pow­er­Point Pre­sen­ta­tions to Keynote

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When it comes to presentations, PowerPoint is the industry standard for many people. That is, for those who use Windows products. Apple users will tell you that Keynote is the standard for them. We live in a world where Windows and Mac users have to coexist. This is why you need to learn how to convert PowerPoint to Keynote. After all, you will have to work with PowerPoint users from time to time.

How to convert PowerPoint to Keynote

Open a PowerPoint presentation in Keynote

  • Turns out, opening a presentation in Keynote is easier than you think. It is clear that Apple has recognized its role as the second largest player in the presentation application market and knows that it will take some time to reach PowerPoint market share.
  • So opening a PowerPoint presentation in Keynote is pretty straightforward. On your Mac, open PowerPoint and find the PPTX or PPT file. Then click Open to start Keynote.
  • Now, you will see the presentation in Keynote. You might see some warnings about items that didn’t translate well in Keynote, but don’t worry about that for now.
  • I’m always impressed by how well this conversion process usually works. For example, embedded audio, images, and video worked perfectly in my tests. Unless those files are very unusual or specific file formats, the conversion usually takes care of maybe 90% of the work. After the conversion is complete, save an updated version of the file as a .keynote file.
  • Keynote will automatically take care of most of the work in the conversion step. However, that may not be the only step you need to take to prepare your presentation for use in Keynote. Read on to adjust everything else.

Review the warnings

  • You may have noticed when opening a PowerPoint presentation in Keynote that there are some caveats about how “PowerPoint presentation may look different.” Keynote marks the problems that might have occurred during the conversion.
  • Let’s see how to correct and modify the presentation so that it converts as smoothly as possible between the two applications.

Replace fonts

  • This problem is not specific to converting PowerPoint to Keynote presentations, but you will likely see this problem when converting. You need to replace the fonts if you don’t have them installed on your Mac.
  • When you download presentation templates from Elements, the author is likely to use free fonts available online, so be sure to check the documentation and download the available fonts if that’s the case.
  • To replace a font, click the Replace Fonts … button in this pop-up window. You will have the opportunity to select replacements from the drop down menu. If you know of a similar font, you can select it from this drop-down menu to replace all instances of it in your Keynote presentation, as you can see in the screenshot below.
  • If you do not have access to the fonts that the PowerPoint author used, you may need to make substitutions. From the Replace Fonts menu, choose alternative fonts from the drop-down options.

Consult tables and graphs

  • PowerPoint has some really advanced charting features thanks to its tight integration with applications like Excel. Stacked bar charts, pie charts, and more are easy to create in PowerPoint. Keynote also makes it easy to create charts, but the formats are not translated one by one.
  • The problem is that when you try to bring these graphics into Keynote, they don’t convert smoothly. This aspect is just one area where conversion sometimes fails.
  • Simply put, you may need to recreate new charts in Keynote. This is a type of content that just doesn’t convert easily. Both presentation platforms have implemented different ways of making graphics, and it is natural that it does not always work perfectly.

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Dian Erwin
Dian Erwin
Dian Erwin is a review writer for Bollyinside, covering topics related to computing, such as laptops, tablets, phones, and other hardware. Dian spends much too much of his free time on Twitter, reading speculative fiction novels, playing video games, and reading comic books. He also enjoys reading video game manuals.
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