I have always been using Macs, and I am enthusiastic about it. But now my employer wants me to work on a Windows-PC, I have no option…
On my Mac, I am a vivid user of Keynote to make my presentations. But now I, on Windows, I can only make presentations in MS PowerPoint…
PowerPoint can’t handle my home-made presentions made in Keynote.
Isn’t there a solution for that ?
Apple has recently introduced iCloud web-based versions of the Apple iWork-suite including Keynote, Pages and Numbers. So now you can work in Keynote through iCloud online.
All you need on your PC is Windows 7 (or newer) and a supported webbrowser : preferably Google Chrome 50 (or newer). Internet Explorer 11 (or newer) is also an option, but then Keynote-transitions and Chinese/Japanese/Korean language are not fully supported.
Then go to icloud.com and login (if you don’t have an account, you can create one for free)
In the web-interface, open Keynote and start working.
If you have ‘iCloud file syncing’ switched on on your Mac at home, you can start working on your Keynote-presentation immediately. If not, you can upload the .key-presentation you want to work on.
Note #1 : the Safari webbrowser can only be used for iCloud online from Mac-computers ; any Mac with OSX 10.9 Mavericks and Safari 9 (or newer) is suited. Safari 7 and 8 are only partially supported.
Note #2 : other webbrowsers are only partially supporting iCloud online on Windows : Google Chrome 35 (or newer), Firefox 27 (or newer) and Microsoft Edge (all versions).