My PC guru suggested I save the one I gave last year as a PPS (power
point show) and that helped. Also considering lengthening your
'sleep' time for occasions like this, and then resetting it back to
your default when you're finished.
On Feb 17, 2011, at 8:30 AM, Linda Feltner wrote:
> Last year I had difficulties in showing a Powerpoint presentation
> on a PC. I had it on a flash drive as well as a CD. We eventually
> ran it from my laptop, but every time it went to sleep the program
> froze, and had to be booted up.
> This year, I have a new laptop.
> And I have Office 2008 for Mac version of PPT.
> Is there a bette way to save it, or Export it for PC?
> The manager mentioned to me "you may also try to export your
> keynote presentation as a powerpoint presentation. You would export
> as a PPT presentation to your flash drive not a "save as" but
> "export as".
> They also recommended I "save a Mac presentation to a flash drive
> so it's compatible with a Windows PC, this is preferable."
> Well, I didn't think flash drives were Mac or PC in formatting. So
> I don't know how to do that. I also create the presentation IN
> powerpoint, I don't know any other way to make a "keynote
> presentation", is that something new I just don't know about?
> Any ideas or comments?
> Many thanks,
> Linda M. Feltner Artist, LLC
> P.O. Box 325
> Hereford, AZ 85615
> (520) 803-0538
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