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Is there anywhere I can see the length of each slide in a Keynote presentation?
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Having made a few Keynote presentations, I don't think that there is. If you've used manual builds, then obviously it will depend on how quick you do the builds. If the slide is built automatically, you could go to the Inspector>Build>More Options and add up the various times.
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