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Keynote for Windows PCs

  • Published on October 1, 2018
Keynote for Windows PCs

Yes, you can run Apple Keynote on Windows PC computers. The keynote presentation app from Apple was originally designed for Mac OS computers from Apple, and then for the iOS mobile devices including iPhone and iPad.  Originally to share Keynote files with Windows PC users the files needed to be exported to the PowerPoint format but this is no longer required. While Keynote can continue to export files to the PowerPoint format, Windows users can now work directly within Apple Keynote if they prefer.

How Keynote training helps you

  • Published on September 19, 2018
How Keynote training helps you

Apple Keynote is a presentation app for macOS and iOS devices and Keynote for Windows is available as a cloud-based online service. Keynote is used to create business and educational presentations, similar to Microsoft PowerPoint. It is a popular application within many creative organizations and those who have standardized on MacOS computers, both because of its capabilities and its favorable licensing terms. Because of this, learning Keynote can help you professionally.

How to learn Keynote

  • Published on September 12, 2018
How to learn Keynote

Learning Keynote helps users to understand how to use Keynote across various devices and in different roles.

New Keynote design courses and PowerPoint design classes

  • Published on September 5, 2018
New Keynote design courses and PowerPoint design classes

Learning to create a great presentations involves much more than knowing how to use Apple Keynote or Microsoft PowerPoint. It is also important to understand the principles of presentation design in order to effectively communicate your message. To address this gap, there are now presentation design courses, including Keynote design classes and PowerPoint design classes.

Immigrants and the Creative Community

  • Published on January 29, 2017
Immigrants and the Creative Community

Long after his death, the influence of Steve Jobs on technology and culture remains profound, especially within the community of creative professionals. The company he built, lost and later regained designs products used by hundreds of millions, and Apple is worth billions of dollars. In their early days, Jobs was a peer of the founders of Adobe. Their companies grew up together, in a collaborative, though sometimes strained relationship. Their symbiotic relationship allowed for the development of many of the tools found in today’s Creative Cloud.

Apple at 40

  • Published on April 1, 2016
Apple at 40

Apple was started on this day during America’s bicentennial celebration. At the time Apple as a company didn’t resemble anything like it is today. There were no Mac computers, and the first Apple computer used only a keyboard. Apple’s creative apps such as Final Cut Pro and Keynote were not even on the drawing board, and neither was the iPhone, iPod, or iPad.

How to fix iMac, iPhone, iPad from crashing Safari

  • Published on January 27, 2016
How to fix iMac, iPhone, iPad from crashing Safari

A recently discovered bug is causing iMac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch to crash when searching using Safari, and fortunately it can be easily fixed. Safari is the default web browser for Mac computers and iPads, it is developed by Apple. Only users of the Safari web browser are encountering this problem of their browser crashing when they conduct a search. It is not a problem for all Mac users, and does not impact users working with Google’s Chrome or Safari.

Apple and IBM team-up to design apps for iPads and iPhones

  • Published on July 19, 2014
Apple and IBM team-up to design apps for iPads and iPhones

Apple and IBM have announced a wide-ranging partnership that is likely to put more iPads in large businesses around the world. The move will expand access to IBMs big-data crunching computing on Apple’s mobile devices. According to the companies, IBM is working on more than 100 apps that will be used across a wide range of industries such as retail, health care, transportation, banking, insurance and telecommunications.

Apple sets date for its Worldwide Developers Conference

  • Published on April 8, 2014
Apple sets date for its Worldwide Developers Conference

Apple is slated to reveal some of its latest updates during WWDC 2014.

New rumored iPhone could mean big changes for iOS developers

  • Published on January 29, 2014
New rumored iPhone could mean big changes for iOS developers

Apple is rumored to be working on a larger version of the iPhone, but what will this mean for iOS developers?

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