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12. Creating a Keynote Slideshow > Saving Your Slideshow

Saving Your Slideshow

Hopefully you’ve been saving your slideshow right from the moment you first created it, tapping ⌘-S obsessively to save your presentation every few minutes…just in case. If not, take care of that crucial bit of business right now. Choose File → Save or press ⌘-S to save your file. The first time you save a Keynote document, the Save dialog box drops into view, letting you choose a name and location to use when saving your new slideshow. If you’re not familiar with the Mac’s standard Save window, refer to In Your Own Words for a primer.

Automatic Backups

The iWork programs don’t have an auto-save feature, which means that Keynote saves your slideshow only when you specifically tell it to do so. Get in the habit of hitting ⌘-S early and often to avoid unpleasant surprises.


  

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