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    Keynote and Powerpoint Hyperlinks

    Hi,

    I have a powerpoint presentation that is very menu driven with a hyperlink bar down the left hand side of the screen.

    When opening the powerpoint presentation in keynote it seems to lose the hyperlink settings.

    Is there a way round this apart from having to re-create these within KeyNote?

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