Exporting presentations as PDFs


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Exporting presentations as PDFs

If you need to share your presentation in a static form with almost anyone in the world, the best way to do that is to export a PDF. To do that we'll go up to the Share menu and pull down to Export. When the Export panel comes up we'll click on PDF. Here you could to see we're presented with a number of options about how we want our PDF to look. Now remember of course a PDF is a static document. It will not export any movies or motion with this PDF. It will just be flat images per page, per slide kind of idea.

You can add the notes with the slides if you want by clicking on this option or just have the slides alone. This one I want to be careful about. Print each stage of builds. If you have a lot of builds or a lot of slides with a number of builds keep in mind it's going to create a separate page for each one of those. So for instance if there is 20 builds just on one slide, that one slide is going to take up 20 pages. Now electronically or digitally that's not a...

Exporting presentations as PDFs
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Exporting presentations as PDFs provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Craig Syverson as part of the Keynote '09 Essential Training

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