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Public Speaking / Presentations: KeyNote

What is Keynote?

Keynote is often thought of as the Mac equivalent of PowerPoint and offers many of the same features. While it is primarily used by Mac users, presentations can be output as PDFs or converted to PowerPoint formats, so you can deliver your presentation virtually anywhere. Note, however, that the formatting may change some when you convert your presentation to the PowerPoint format, so it is always a best practice to review it after conversion to ensure that all of your layouts remain the same and to make any necessary tweaks.