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If I export a slideshow to .ppt and read it with Microsoft Powerpoint on a Windows machine, will it view all the pictures or will they say "Quicktime is required to view" (happens when I use Powerpoint on Mac and read them on a windows machine)? Thanks.

I know Pages export to .doc works seamlessly to be read with word on pc.
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