PDF to Keynote
Developer: Enolsoft Co., Ltd.
Current Version: 2.1.0
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 7.1 MB - Download
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A professional PDF program to convert your native PDF files(scanned PDFs not included) into editable iWork Keynote format. Edit the PDF file or re-use the PDF data in iWork Keynote would be quick and effortless.
- Convert native PDF files to fully editable Keynote files.
- Support drag-n-drop multiple PDF documents and batch converting to save your time.
- The origianl text, tables, images, hyperlinks and layouts will be preserved in converted Keynote file.
- Support encrypted PDF to iWork Keynote format conversion.
- Can convert the specified pages or page ranges of your PDF as need.
- Lightning quick conversion speed.
- User-friendly interface and extremely easy to use.
- Standalone software, no Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader needed.
- Fully support OS X 10.10 Yosemite now!
This version of PDF to Keynote support importing scanned PDF files and converting them, but the converted Keynote documents are not editable.
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1. Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite supported.
2. Optimized the performance of converting encrypted PDF files.
3. Other minor bugs fixed.
Most Helpful Reviews
it helped me - Well, as business need, I have to present over teleconference and my listeners have Mac and with Keynote, so I have to convert the PDF to keynote document, this program helped me and did quite well on converting my pdf to keynote file, only need to do a little adjustments.
Didn’t work at all - After reading the multiple 4 and 5 star reviews, I plunked down and bought the app. The conversion output is a trainwreck with my 16:9 slides. the text is scrambled on the page, the backgrounds are lost and the entire file is illegible and unuseable. Save your money and move on.
More Reviews for Current Version
no luck - I am in NEED of a pdf to keynote converter, after looking online I decided to try the app store. Found this. I created a “powerpoint” presentation via Keynote for class. My teacher, for whatever reason couldn’t view my last powerpoint presentation, so I exported this one to a pdf file. I went back to make adjustments and it wouldn’t let me because keynote did not recognize the pdf format. Downloaded this app, and the only thing converted was the layout (parchment paper) and my presenters notes… nothing elese. no text, no images used, nothing. I WANT MY MONEY BACK!!!! because the project is due in 2 hours and I have to RE-DO the WHOLE THING!!!!!
Not for Beamer LaTeX Slides - This looks like a very useful tool. Unfortunately it didn't work on the pdf slides that I tried so far. Which were all beamer LaTeX slides. A number of the styling and graphics and background disappeared and some special character glitches were introduced during the conversion. It would have been editable in the end but that might have been harder than producing fresh slides from scratch. Maybe supporting a direct non-editable import would help as an option to solve these issues?
Not for Beamer LaTeX Slides - This looks like a very useful tool. Unfortunately it didn't work on pdf slides that come from beamer LaTeX slides. A number of the styling and graphics and background disappeared and some special character glitches were introduced during the conversion. It would have been editable in the end but that might have been harder than producing fresh slides from scratch. Maybe supporting a direct non-editable import would help as an option to solve these problems?
Very cool - It does exactly what it says - it's great for getting resources up on the screen quickly in class. Works perfectly! Thanks!
Has been good, my old friend - I come back again, and my friend asked me to recommend a tool to turn pdf to keynote format, I introduces Enolsoft PDF to Keynote, which I use it for half a year, I have good impression on it, it performs pretty well on my Mac, and gives me lots of useful features to process the PDF files. I am appreciated with its helP.