The iPad’s compact size, reliability, simplicity, intuitive interface and powerful graphics make it an ideal presentation platform. If you’re thinking about ditching your notebook and switching to an iPad for presentations, here are four tips to start you.

1. Use Keynote. Although Microsoft Corp. now offers an iOS version of PowerPoint, Apple Inc.’s excellent, full-featured Keynote app is a better choice for iPad presentations, particularly since it’s designed to work seamlessly across various iOS and OS X systems. Meanwhile, iPad PowerPoint users have reported problems getting audio and video to play correctly, adding and editing animations and transitions, and displaying speaker notes during slideshows.

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