Category: Keynote

How to Use Reading View in Apple Pages, Numbers, and Keynote

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Whether you’re using Apple Pages, Numbers, or Keynote applications, you may want to hide the editing tools as you review a document, and you can do this thanks to a handy reading view feature available in each of the Apple iWork suite apps.

Apple’s Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps work in a very similar way since they’re all part of the iWork productivity suite that’s available for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices. When you’re accessing files from these apps on your iPhone or iPad, it’s pretty easy to accidentally edit the document because of the small…

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How to Remove Password from Pages, Numbers, & Keynote Files from iPhone or iPad

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Need to remove a password from an iWork document? Do you find it inconvenient to open password-protected Pages, Keynote, and Numbers documents? Do you no longer need password protection on a particular iWork file? You’re certainly not alone in that regard, and fortunately it’s quite simple to remove a password from any Pages, Numbers, or Keynote file, making them easy to open and removing the encryption from the files.

Sure, adding a password to your iWork documents protects it from prying eyes. But, this security comes at the cost of convenience. Not…

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How to Password Protect Pages, Keynote & Numbers Documents on iPhone & iPad

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Want to password protect your important Pages, Keynote, and Numbers documents, right from your iPhone or iPad? Thanks to a handy feature in the iWork productivity suite, you can easily encrypt your documents, right from iOS or iPadOS (or Mac), requiring the proper password to be entered before the documents can be opened by anyone.

Apple’s iWork productivity suite includes Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, and is widely used by tons of iPhone, iPad, and Mac users to create and manage documents on their devices. By default, the files that you share from these apps…

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How to Password Protect Pages, Keynote & Numbers Documents on Mac

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Do you want to make sure your important documents created in Pages, Keynote, or Numbers are safe and secure? If so, you may want to encrypt them with a secure password, which will protect the document from unauthorized access. If you’re looking to password protect your iWork documents, macOS makes it pretty easy.

The Pages, Keynote, and Numbers apps are all part of Apple’s iWork productivity suite that’s relied on by millions of iOS, iPadOS, and macOS users alike to work on important documents. Normally, the documents that you create or edit using these…

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How to Convert Keynote to PowerPoint on iPhone & iPad

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Do you use Apple’s Keynote app to create presentations on your devices, but the colleague that you’re working with uses a Windows PC instead? These situations are common, and you may run into compatibility issues when you switch between platforms. Fortunately this can be avoided if you can allocate an extra few seconds of your time, by converting the Keynote presentation file to PowerPoint, and you can do that directly on an iPhone or iPad.

Microsoft PowerPoint, part of the Office productivity suite that’s a major component of the Windows world, isn’t…

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How to Convert Keynote File to Google Slides

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Need to convert a Keynote File to Google Slides? If you use Google Slides for collaborating and working on presentations online, you might be interested in importing a Keynote file into the mix, perhaps sent from a colleagues who own a Mac, iPhone, or iPad. No problem, that’s what we’re going to cover here.

Keynote is Apple’s equivalent of Google Slides and Microsoft PowerPoint that’s used for handling presentations on their macOS, iOS, and ipadOS devices. However, both Google Slides and Microsoft PowerPoint currently lack native support for .key file…

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How to Use Keynote Live from iPhone & iPad to Share Presentations

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Want to share your Keynote presentations with others easily? Thanks to Apple’s Keynote app and Keynote Live feature, sharing presentations with colleagues, friends, coworkers, or family is simple.

Keynote Live is a useful feature hidden within the Keynote presentation app, which allows you to invite up to 100 people for streaming your presentation no matter where they are. Anyone with an invite link can join your presentation online by either using the Keynote app that’s available on iPhone, iPad and Mac, or using the iCloud web client on any browser. With…

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How to Open Keynote File on Windows PC with iCloud

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Opening Keynote presentation files on a Windows PC can be done easily with the help of iCloud, and no document conversion or extra apps are needed. If you own or work with multiple devices and platforms and often find yourself switching between them, you may come into the scenario where you’re on a Windows PC and you need to access and open a Keynote document on that PC arriving from or created on a Mac, iPhone, or iPad. This is a pretty routine scenario for many workplaces and schools, so if you find yourself needing to open, edit, and access Keynote files in…

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