How to convert a Keynote presentation to a PowerPoint or PDF on your iPhone

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Apple Keynote has been available for iPhone, iPad and MacBook for years, allowing users to create stunning presentations. One of the lesser-known features of Apple’s presentation app lies in the ability to export your presentation as PowerPoint or PDF. This is a nice feature for those who want to send their Keynote presentations to Windows users.

However, the method used to convert a Keynote presentation to a PowerPoint or PDF is not straightforward. With that in mind, we can help you out. In the section below, we walk you through the steps to convert a Keynote presentation to a PowerPoint or PDF on your iPhone. B

Before we begin, make sure you now have a modern version of iOS installed on your device. You can update iOS by heading to Settings > General > Software Update.

How to convert a Keynote presentation to a PowerPoint or PDF on your iPhone

Step one: First off, launch Keynote app from your home screen and then create a new presentation or head to an existing presentation

Step two: Once you are done, touch and hold the presentation you wish to save as a PowerPoint or PDF file

Step three: Hit the Share button from the pop-up menu and then select Export from the sharing sheet

Step four: Now just simply select your option: PDF or PowerPoint.

If you want to create a new presentation, hit the Recents tab and then tap on “+” button at the top.

How to control Keynote presentations using Apple Watch

With a new version of Keynote app for iPhone, you can easily control your presentations using your Apple Watch. To do this, you need to go through the setup process. Once you are done, you can start and stop a presentation, move back or forward from your wrist.

Before moving ahead, make sure you now have a modern version of Keynote app installed on your iPhone and Apple Watch. To install the Keynote app on your Apple Watch, open the Watch app on your iPhone.

Also read: How to find out if your iPhone battery needs to be replaced

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