It is no secret that I’m a huge proponent of learning. I make time every day to learn something new and am always on the lookout for useful takeaways from my experiences. One of the coolest things about learning is when you find something super useful and learn something you didn’t even know you needed to learn. These are some of my favorite sites that have given me those types of “Aha! Learning Moments”
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PowerPoint, Slide Design & Elearning
Nuts & Bolts – Taylor Croonquist
Articulate E-Learning Heroes
Canva Design School
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Chandoo – Purna Duggirala
Digital Inspiration – Amit Agarwal
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This is post #6 in a series of 12. See them all here.
Every once in awhile I find a great looking Keynote slide deck, like these over at Site2Max, and I think how great it would be to bring it over into PowerPoint to customize it. Fortunately, there is a super simple and free way to do just that – even if you don’t have access to the Keynote software. Here is how it works.
Converting a Keynote file to PowerPoint
The first step is uploading the Keynote file to the free, online version of Keynote via iCloud.com. Create a free account if you don’t already have one.
Next, open the Keynote app and upload the .key file by dragging it into your browser tab displaying the Keynote online app.
Click to view video: http://screencast.com/t/eZRvZj7HiW
After uploading, open the slide deck and look for the “Download a Copy…” option under the Keynote tools button at the top right. (wrench icon)
Choose PowerPoint as the download format and off you go!!