Keynote Pages

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With its powerful tools and dazzling effects, Keynote makes it easy to create stunning and memorable presentations, and comes included with most Apple devices. Use Apple Pencil on your iPad to create diagrams or illustrations that bring your slides to life. And with real‑time collaboration, your team can work together, whether they’re on Mac, iPad, iPhone, or using a PC.

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Keynote sets the stage for an impressive presentation. A simple, intuitive interface puts important tools front and center, so everyone on your team can easily add beautiful charts, edit photos, and incorporate cinematic effects. And Rehearse Mode lets you practice on the go, with the current or next slide, notes, and clock — all in one view.

Start with a gorgeous layout.

Choose from over 30 eye‑catching themes that instantly give your presentation a professional look. Or create your own slide designs, background images, and page‑by‑page customization.

Create next-level animations.

Add drama to your presentation with more than 30 cinematic transitions and effects. Make your words pop by adding textures, color gradients, and even photos — with just a tap. And animate objects along a path using Apple Pencil or your finger on your iPhone or iPad.

Keynote Pages On Macbook

See a few examples of Keynote animations

Make every slide spectacular.

Choose from over 700 Apple-designed shapes, galleries, math equations, and charts. Take a photo or scan a document with your iPhone, and Continuity Camera can send it straight to Keynote on your Mac.

What’s new in Keynote.

NewKeynote Pages

Play YouTube and Vimeo videos right in Keynote.

Embed a video from YouTube or Vimeo, then play them right in your presentations, without the need to download or open the video in a media player.*

Updated

Present over video conference.
Like a pro.

Play a slideshow in its own window so you can access other apps while you present. You can view your presenter notes, upcoming slides, and navigation in a separate window as well.

New

Outline your presentation. Easier.

With outline view for iPhone and iPad, quickly jot down your thoughts, restructure ideas, and move concepts from slide to slide. Then, switch to slide view and start designing.

New

Turn handwriting into text. Magically.

With Scribble and Apple Pencil, your handwritten words will automatically be converted to typed text. Take notes, edit a presentation, or annotate text quickly and easily.

Showcase videos like never before.

Play videos and movies continuously across slides, without the need to start and stop, or edit them into clips.

Align objects to motion paths.

With just a tap, you can point an object in the right direction, and it will stay pointed in the right direction as it travels along a path.

You don’t work in one place on just one device. The same goes for Keynote. Work seamlessly across all your Apple devices. The slides you create using a Mac or iPad will look the same on an iPhone or web browser — and vice versa.

You can also work on presentations stored on iCloud or Box using a PC.

Work together in the same presentation, from across town or across the world. You can see your team’s edits as they make them — and they can watch as you make yours, too. Just select a name on the collaborator list to jump to anyone’s cursor.

Add color, illustrations, and handwritten comments for more beautiful presentations with Apple Pencil on your iPad.

Teaming up with someone who uses Microsoft PowerPoint? Keynote makes it a great working relationship. You can save Keynote documents as PowerPoint files. Or import and edit PowerPoint documents right in Keynote.

Numbers

Create great-looking
spreadsheets. Together.

Learn more about Numbers

Pages

Create documents that are,
in a word, beautiful.

Learn more about Pages

Zamzar now supports conversion of Apple iWork (Pages, KeyNote and Numbers) files into a variety of other useful formats including Microsoft Office formats.

We’re really excited about these new conversions – as the number of Mac users continues to grow rapidly more and more people are using iWork to generate and share documents, presentations and spreadsheets, yet not everyone can open them … until now.

You can use Zamzar to upload any Pages (word processing doc), KeyNote (presentation) or Numbers (spreadsheet) and convert them to any one of the following formats:

Pages (.pages) to:

  • doc – Microsoft Word Document
  • pdf – Portable Document Format
  • rtf – Rich Text Format
  • txt – Text document

Keynote Pages Numbers

KeyNote (.key) to:

  • ppt – Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation

Numbers (.numbers) to:

  • csv – Comma Separated Values
  • pdf – Portable Document Format
  • xls – Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet

iWork is an office suite of desktop applications created by Apple for the Mac OS X and iOS operating systems, and Zamzar supports conversion for all versions of iWork from iWork ’05 right through to the very latest release (currently iWork ’09).

Useful tip: Files created by iWork before the iWork ’09 release are saved into directories. As you cannot upload directories to Zamzar, to convert these files make sure you compress them into a .zip format first so that your directory becomes a .zip file named “someName.pages.zip”, like so:

This is the world’s first support for conversion of iWork files – No other service exists (online or offline) to do this independently from a Mac (even Apple’s iWork.com requires you to own iWork to use it !), and as everything is based in a browser you can peform the conversion on any platform 🙂

We’ll be rolling out support for even more “to” formats for Keynote over the coming weeks.

Update [18th May 2011]: Seven new formats have now been added for Keynote (including PDF and HTML) – more here

Happy converting,
The Zamzar Team.