IMac won't read power point

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Is there a program i can get to let my IMac read powerpoint presentations that were saved on a memory stick?
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You can view but aprently not edit with iWork but if you can get openoffice then it should have the software that can make and edit presentations and save it for windows use again back to your USB.
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robert78.5 wrote:
Is there a program i can get to let my IMac read powerpoint presentations that were saved on a memory stick?

...PowerPoint?
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robert78.5 wrote:
Is there a program i can get to let my IMac read powerpoint presentations that were saved on a memory stick?

...PowerPoint?


Did MS do this to annoy Apple or something LOLOL
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Huh?
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Zealous wrote:
spork wrote:
robert78.5 wrote:
Is there a program i can get to let my IMac read powerpoint presentations that were saved on a memory stick?

...PowerPoint?


Did MS do this to annoy Apple or something LOLOL


i was meaning to say, i have never known Microsoft to develop software for the Mac. just seams strange that's all :)
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The power point was made on a windows computer and i am trying to load it into my Imovie on my Mac computer. Is there a program that will do this? It is saved on a usb memory stick.
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Did any of these results work for you?
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I can open the power point with the free version of Open Office i downloaded to the Mac, but i can not get it to do the slide show also the frames that have the names of people typed into them are showing in some kind of chineses language.
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Can you list the steps you followed when trying to import the PowerPoint into iMovie?
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Clicked on import, than clicked on import movie, than found file on usb stick and hit import.
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A PowerPoint document isn't a movie; you need to convert the PowerPoint to a compatible video format first before importing it. The many search results I linked to above explain how to do this.
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I do not see any links above..
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I do not see any links above..


u sure

http://www.microsoft.com/mac/powerpoint
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spork wrote:
Did any of these results work for you?

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