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Attach Keynote transition effects to PowerPoint


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U all know Keynote's magic in presentations. It's transition effects are far better than PowerPoints. But unfortunately, when i export a keynote presentation to PowerPoint it doesn't copy the transition effects.

Is there a way that i can attach the effects to powerpoint?
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