Thanks for the quick answer.
It sounds very good.
Only..... I don't know what file and I don't know how to share.
Can you please explain in level: child 4 to 6 years old.
When this works, I can finaly finish my guitar4x4 membershipsite.
That's why sound is so important to me.
Greatings from the Netherlands and thanks again.
On the menu bar go to the Share menu
then; Export > HTML
To export slides to an HTML document:
1 Choose Share > Export and click HTML.
2 Specify whether to export all slides or only a range of slides.
3 To create a separate image for each build stage, select “Create an image for each stage
4 To have a Home, Previous, and Next link added to each slide (as appropriate), select
“Include navigation controls.”
5 Choose an option from the Format pop-up menu to specify the image quality you want.
The better the quality is, the larger the file size is.
6 If you choose JPEG format, use the Quality controls to increase or decrease the
compression factor used for the export.
7 Click Next, type a filename, specify a location for the file, and then click Export
This is the most valuable answer I got in the last one and a half year.
I feel, something is going to happen.
I run Keynote 09 on Maverick. OSX 10.9.4
Wouln't it be better, to run Keynote 09 on Lion or Mountain Lion?
Now it's only: share, low or high quality and export.
I still have to test a lot.
I heard sound on an exported Keynote file and it worked with Safari too.
On Firefox (PC) it didn't work. (Yet.). No sound.
I finally got audio on my Keynote exported to HTML.
I used KN 6.2 and the audio files are "mov" files.
It runs on Safari and on Maxthon but not on Firefox.
I experimented about 20 ours.
So, I'm very satisfied with the outcome.
You showed my braincells the right direction.
Thank you again and again.