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How to Convert Keynote to PowerPoint for Free

Keynote is the presentation creating software developed by Apple Inc. Competing against other current presentation programs, especially Microsoft PowerPoint, Apple Keynote has been increasingly popular for iOS users.

However, as its other software from Apple, Keynote only opens the door to Mac, iPhone and iPad, and it seems you cannot open the Keynote files for Windows.

Actually not. You could still convert Keynote to PowerPoint, which gives you the access the Keynote presentations on Windows easily.

Keep reading and grasp the 3 ways to help you convert Keynote to PowerPoint.

How to Convert Keynote to PowerPoint

Part 1. How to convert Keynote to PowerPoint on Mac directly

You can use Keynote to directly export the .key file to PowerPoint. Keynote has its feature, which is able to let you get the PowerPoint slides converted from Apple Keynote. Apart from Keynote to PowerPoint export, you are able use Keynote to export the .key file to PDF or images. Besides, you can use it to export Keynote to QuickTime video.

Launch Keynote software from your Mac and start the .key file.

Export Keynote to PowerPoint

From the top Keynote menu, click "File" > "Export to" tab, and choose "PowerPoint" option.

Then Mac will show you a window and prompt you of "Create PowerPoint document that can be viewed and edited with Microsoft PowerPoint", click "Next" button.

Convert Keynote to PowerPoint

Wait till the Keynote to PowerPoint conversion is done.

Part 2. How to convert Keynote to PowerPoint online on Windows

Alternatively, if you get no Mac, you can upload Keynote files to online site to make the conversion.

Zamzar is web application that lets users to free convert files online. You are able to use Zamzar online converter to convert videos, songs, documents. With Zamzar, you can easily convert Keynote .key file to Microsoft PowerPoint with ease.

1Navigate to Zamzar's page for Key to PPT conversion.

2Choose and upload the KEY file ready to convert by clicking "Choose File" button.

3Select PPT as the output format from the format list after you click the tab of "Convert files to".

4Input your email address where you want to get the converted PowerPoint file.

5Finally hit the "Convert" button to convert Keynote to PowerPoint.

Note: If your Keynote file is too large, then the conversion may be time-consuming, and Zamzar only allows you to upload the file up to 50MB.

Convert Keynote to PowerPoint with Zamzar

Part 3. How to batch download/convert Keynote to PowerPoint online

If you store your Keynote file on cloud like Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, etc. or you want to download others' Keynote files online to PowerPoint, you should use cloudconvert.com.

cloudconvert.com is another online format-converting service for you to convert about 215 supported formats of video, audio, document, ebook, image and so on. You are allowed to convert KEY file to PowerPoint in this online converter.

1Go to cloudconvert's page of Key to PPT conversion. In the interface, the online program shows you the main difference between Apple Keynote and Microsoft PowerPoint.

2Click the button of "Select Files" and input your Keynote file.

3Choose "PPT" as the output format, click the button of "Start Conversion" and begin turning Keynote to PowerPoint.

Convert Keynote to PowerPoint with cloudconvert

Conclusion

This page shows you 3 free ways to convert Keynote to PowerPoint files on Windows or online. Viewing your Keynote presentations on Windows can be done easily. Which way is the best one? You decide it.

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January 18, 2019 17:10 / Updated by to PowerPoint