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Conversion of Keynotes to Microsoft Word. KEY to DOC document converters.

Probably not very common, but you could copy paste the text from a Keynote presentation (.key) and save it in Word document format (.doc) using your preferred word processor, which will essentially achieve key to doc conversion for you.

Or you might print the Keynote to PDF and open it in Word to preserve some of its formatting. At any rate, these two formats are not that compatible, nevertheless some kind of export is possible.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.


Additional links: Open key file, Open doc file


Files with key extension are commonly used to store license keys data files. These files are used to verify that the user owns legally purchased copy of the program.

Files with key file extension can also be found as registry entries for o Microsoft Windows operating system.

A key file extension is used for files that store license keys of Avira AntiVir program. Probably used to validate the copy of the program.

Files with key extension can be often found as presentations saved in latest versions of Apple (iWork) Keynote, a professional presentation tool for Mac OS X, macOS and iOS.

A key file extension is related to the IBM OS/2 operating system and used for its archive key files.


doc file extension is commonly used for text documents created in Microsoft Word word processor before version 2007. Word DOC documents can be opened in almost every (if not every) other word processor, such as OpenOffice.org Writer or iWork Pages.

A doc file extension is used throughout the time by many various applications for their document files.


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