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Problem converting Keynote to Powerpoint


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Hi fellas
I need to convert a keynote presentation to PPT but it says "en error occured" or "it cannot convert the file with this name"...

I changed the name, I deleted all transitions but it still denies.

Could anybody help?

thx in advance

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help!!!!

i need sb, help.....not just anybody...

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First create a back-up of the presentation. Try splitting the presentation in to 2 equal files, convert each one and then delete slides until you isolate the one that is causing the error

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