power point to iPad?

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  1. johnhowward

    johnhowward iPF Noob

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    Hi guys,

    can you give me a tip for converting Power Point into iPad?

    I dont want any creator apps like prezi. I wan my already created presentations to start on my iPad and not just as pdf or jpg, but normal animated presentation, with possible more functions like laser, pencil and so on.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Gabriel1 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Hi there and welcome,

    We have just deleted the various duplicate posts that you have made on the forums, it really isn't necessary to post a question more than once and it fragments any discussion.

    Now, good luck and I hope that you get an answer to your query soon.

    The Archangel
     
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    giradman iPad Super Guru

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    Hi John and welcome to the forum! :) I have the iWork suite on my iPad 2 which includes Pages, Numbers, & Keynote, each is a $10 purchase from the App Store - Keynote mimics PowerPoint and can import PPT files for viewing and editing - NOW, the iOS version does not have the power or features of desktop programs (i.e. Keynote for the Mac or PowerPoint for the PC), so depending on the 'complexity' of your presentations, your needs may not be met fully. Now there are other 'office' apps, so a search of the store may be useful; and this topic has been discussed often on the forum, so I would suggest doing some searching here. Good luck and please let us know your results or post further questions if I've misread your desires. Dave
     
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    s2mikey iPad Ninja

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    QuickOffice pro is a good office suite that I've been using of a while now and it includes a good presentation app. Worth checking out and reading some reviews for.
     
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    BocataDeChoped iPF Novice

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    You can try Slideshark.
     
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    johnhowward iPF Noob

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    Thank you and all everyone, i am going to try all of that and will let you know the result!

    And sorry for posting on multiple forums, I am kind of new to this stuff.
     
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    No problem, hopefully something there will work......I'm interested in the result too!

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