Ungroup - If you want to make any changes to one drawing without changing the other ones.
3. How to combine/extract drawings
Combine - You can combine drawings to create your own illustrations.
- Extract - One drawing consists of one or more components. You are able to disassemble a drawing to extract components what you need.
4. How to scale/resize drawings
Our diagrams are vector graphics. You are able to enlarge them to any size without loss of the display resolution.
5. How to change colors and lines
You are able
to freely change filling colors and lines to fit your slide theme.
6. How to save PPT slides as high resolution (300 DPI) images for publications
You may have known already that most of publishers do not accept
PowerPoint slides as figures. By default, when you save a PowerPoint slide as an
image file, the resolution is 96 DPI. However publishers require 300 DPI or
higher for figures. It will be very time consuming to recreate figures by using
other graphic software, e.g., Adobe PhotoShop.
This following paper shows you step-by-step how to save PowerPoint slides as 300 DPI high
resolution images (.jpg, .tiff, et al) directly from PowerPoint.
How to Save PowerPoint Slides as 300 DPI High Resolution Image Files for Publications
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