Columnist explores Keynote vs. PowerPoint

“Keynote may finally give Mac users a viable alternative to Microsoft’s category-defining PowerPoint — especially in the realm of aesthetics. Like its Microsoft Office counterpart, Keynote lets users create slide presentations combining text, images, music and video tied together with various animation effects. But unlike Microsoft’s program, Keynote taps into Mac OS X’s advanced text and graphics features to generate crisper, more professional-looking designs while requiring no more effort than PowerPoint. And its stylish built-in presentation themes put Microsoft’s included templates to shame,” writes James C. Luh, Special to The Washington Post, in his article, “MacIntosh’s new application striking a good (Key)note.” Read the full article here.

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