Apple's Keynote Reviewed by Presentations Magazine

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Date: Tuesday, May 13th, 2003, 09:28
Category: Software

Apple’s Keynote software has been reviewed by “Presentations” magazine, a publication devoted to professionals who deal with oral and graphical presentations in their jobs.


Apple’s Keynote software has been reviewed by “Presentations” magazine, a publication devoted to professionals who deal with oral and graphical presentations in their jobs. The review is available here:

The verdict
For presenters who need only basic slideshow-building functionality, Keynote is a nice program and a good alternative to Microsoft PowerPoint X. But advanced users will feel restricted. Apple does not offer much in its stock photo library, there are no interactivity features, such as buttons or links, and there are many nice-to-have features missing from the text, chart and multimedia areas ? features that PowerPoint users have come to expect.

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