Keynote is the latest generation of Apple’s stunning presentation software.
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Comments from those who selected Keynote as one of their Top Tools
- “I use Keynote for presentations. I think it works very intuitive, and the results look more professional than PowerPoint. When necessary I’ll convert the presentations to PowerPoint or straight to SlideShare. I used to convert them ready for iPod of iPhone, but I stopped doing that. Students didn’t use them.” Jeroen Bottema
- “Oooh-la-la! Stunning graphics, transitions and exports to clickable movie files, what more could you ask for in presentation software? I post my completed shows on Slideshare, but the live presentations take full advantage of this polished presentation powerhouse.” Rodd Lucier
- “Previously I used OpenOffice but after switching from Linux to Mac OS X it became apparent that there is no match for Keynote if you want to create incredible visual journeys rather than endless boring lists of bullet-points. My audience loves it” Teemu Arina
- “Apple’s presentation software is far more flexible and media-friendly than PowerPoint. I do almost everything in Keynote in my job as a professor.” Robert Talbert
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