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One of the most widely used file formats in the business world is PDF. This is because it compact and easy to be shared digitally without compromising its formatting and graphic integrity. It is so widely used that more often than not, corporate people use slideshows in PDF forms during the presentation.

While it is common and familiar to most computer users, not everyone will have the facilities to read and edit PDF documents. Not everyone has a PDF reader in their OS or OS X device. However, there is a higher chance of people to have Keynote on their Apple devices. All you need to do is import PDF into Keynote on Mac using a powerful and efficient PDF tool - PDFelement 6 for Mac.

Even if you have an Adobe Reader on your Apple device, there are a few advantages of previewing a slideshow saved in PDF in Keynote. Before you can use your PDF slideshow in Keynote, however, you will need to import it into Keynote in a format that the software support. PDFelement 6 for Mac is your solution.

It is mainly used as a PDF editing tool that allows users to create, edit and annotate PDF documents - this includes text, formatting, images, pagination and the lot. Users can also add or remove Properties elements from their PDF documents and secure them with password and editing authorisation. The most powerful feature, arguably, is its OCR technology that can turn scanned documents into searchable and editable PDF documents.

How to Convert PDF to Keynote Format on Mac

Step 1. Open PDF File

Launch the program and go to Home window, then click the "Open File..." button or the "+" icon on the upper right to choose the file you want to convert.

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Step 2. Convert PDF File

Convert the PDF document to a Keynote - compatible format by clicking "Convert" and select "To PowerPoint" on the drop down menu.

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Step 3. Save PDF and Open in Keynote Application

Open the "File" tab and click on "Save As" to save all the changes you have made. Add the converted file to your Keynote application.

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