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Posted: Thu Aug 11, 2016 5:40 pm   Post subject: Is it safe to edit a PPT with Office for Mac

I know iSpring doesn't work on a Mac, but I have the need often to start a PPT project on a Windows box and then do edits on a Mac.

If I've done some work in Windows PPT with iSpring (mainly recording narration but some other interactions also), is it safe to then do some regular PPT updates on a Mac. Will using PPT for Mac do any damage or even lose the iSpring stuff?

Where does iSpring store all the data? I know Articulate keeps a separate .ppta file, but I don't see anything additional created by iSpring.


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Posted: Fri Aug 12, 2016 6:59 am   Post subject: Re: Is it safe to edit a PPT with Office for Mac

Hello and thank you for posting here!

The thing is that MS Office for Mac does not support add-ins, that is why not only iSpring cannot be installed and used on Mac.
Yes, links between a PPT file and a project folder may be lost, and you will need to re-import your voice-overs manually if you save your presentation, which is enhanced with iSpring, in Powerpoint for Mac.

That is why let me share with you articles on how to manage your projects: ... pring.html ... files.html

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