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Sharing a Keynote presentation as a QuickTime movie

Building a great presentation is one thing but getting it in the hands of those who need to see it is another. I'll hit the Advance key. Hit it again. Going to hit the Escape key and just letting you know that what you have been watching is actually a QuickTime export of the presentation. We make this point because if you want people to see the Keynote as it looks while you're building it but they might not have Keynote on their end, the QuickTime export gives a really excellent output of your presentation so that others can see it the way you see it.

So this QuickTime movie of course was made as an export from Keynote and I just want to show you that right now we're at half-screen mode. I'm clicking the Advance key on my keyboard to advance the slides and you can see the QuickTime movie is automatically stopping wherever our slide would stop, clicking Advance again and it does the builds just like your Keynote presentation. Keep in mind this movie version of the slide...

Sharing a Keynote presentation as a QuickTime movie
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Sharing a Keynote presentation as a QuickTime movie provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Craig Syverson as part of the Keynote '09 Essential Training

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