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What file type to choose to export to Keynote? Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
it's probably obvious but I don't know which file type to export my graffle document to so I can open it in Keynote....can somebody please set me straight?

thanks.
 
I just copy and paste into keynote.

There is a linkback plugin for Keynote that makes the back and forth pretty nice.

http://linkback.nisus.com/ for information on linkback

And the plugin:

http://www.ucalgary.ca/~kchuang/Keyn...ack_Plugin.zip

HTH

-- Morgan
 
Priceless:

The copy/paste into Keynote works fine for me, but I installed the linkback plugin and it does not seem to work in Keynote. I thought a person just double-clicks the object and they are taken bake to the original software program. Am I doing something wrong?
 
Be sure to check this thread for problems others have had.

http://discussions.apple.com/thread....sageID=5453737

LinkBack hasn't been updated in awhile, so the issues may not be either Omni or Keynote related.
 
mitchellm

That's how it works in most (all over?) apps.

In Keynote, for some reason, you have to go to the menus:

1. Select the Object
2. Edit-->Edit in Omnigraffle

Saving in OG then works to auto update the Keynote object

HTH

Morgan
 
 


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