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FAQ

Is there a PowerPoint app for Mac?
Apple Keynote Keynote comes pre-installed on Mac computers and is basically Apple's answer to the ever popular Microsoft PowerPoint.
How can I view PowerPoint on Mac?
ppt file formats. Launch Keynote (it's in the Applications folder of your Mac). In the window that automatically opens when you launch the app, navigate to the location of your PowerPoint file Once you've located your file, select it and click Open.
Why cant I open a PowerPoint on my Mac?
This behavior may occur if any one of the following conditions is true. PowerPoint preferences are corrupted. Programs running in the background are interfering with PowerPoint. Application files are corrupted.
Is there a free version of PowerPoint for Mac?
Is PowerPoint Free for the Mac? PowerPoint is not free on the Mac (or on Windows, for that matter). Microsoft offers a free, 30-day trial after you download PowerPoint. Once the free trial expires, you need to pay to keep using the app.
Can I use PowerPoint for free on Mac?
Simply go to Office.com and sign up for a free Microsoft account to start using Word, Excel, or PowerPoint for free on your Mac. You can also upload files from your Mac into Office.com which will be saved in Microsoft OneDrive.
How can I view PowerPoint for free?
Use PowerPoint in a web browser If you have a Microsoft account (hotmail.com, outlook.com, live.com, msn.com) or a Microsoft 365 work or school account, you can view and edit a presentation for free in a web browser. Save the file to OneDrive or Dropbox and use PowerPoint for the web to open it.
Is there a free PowerPoint Viewer for Mac?
Microsoft currently does not support a PowerPoint Viewer for Mac OS X. For users with this operating system, we recommend downloading Apache OpenOffice This program is a free download that will allow you to view PPS, PPT, or PPTX files.
How do I open a PPTX file on my Mac without PowerPoint?
Keynote is Apple's equivalent to Microsoft PowerPoint. It comes as part of Apple's built-in apps on all Mac computers. When you open a PPTX file, it opens just like any Keynote file.