Presentation Macs at the 2020 Meeting will be running Keynote
9.1 or later. This is the most current version of Apple's Keynote software.
If you create your file in Keynote 9 the presentation will be saved as a
single file by default. This file can be uploaded directly via the web into our
system. (The same applies for files created in Keynote 7) If your presentation was created in an older version of Keynote the file
will likely be saved as a "package". Although this format may appear to be one
file within the MacOS it is actually a folder structure and cannot be uploaded
More information on this subject is available from Apple here: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202887
If you created your presentation in an earlier version of Keynote and wish to
upload the "Package Keynote File" via the internet, please locate the file in
the finder. Hold down the control key, and single click on the file. Choose:
"Create Archive of" from the menu.
An archive file will appear with the same name as your presentation, and a ".zip"
extension. This is your archive file.
Even if you upload a copy of your Keynote presentation, please bring a copy of
the presentation with you on a USB Flash Drive and make sure you know which
version of Keynote you used to create the presentation. It is also a good idea to Export a copy of your presentation to
PDF file as a backup.
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