Converting Powerpoint to PSD

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Nicolas Bronke
Jan 10, 2007
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I am new with Photoshop and hopefully in the correct NG.

I shall prepare some charts, which are created with powerpoint. This charts shall be included in a Inside document. But I have relative less space. Therefore the charts has to be resized. But then the result is worse.

Therefore does exist a recommendation how to create such a chart so that I can include it into a Inside document with restrictive space?

Thanks for hints to a beginner.

Regards
Nicolas

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Mike Hyndman
Jan 10, 2007
"Nicolas Bronke" wrote in message
I am new with Photoshop and hopefully in the correct NG.
I shall prepare some charts, which are created with powerpoint. This charts shall be included in a Inside document. But I have relative less space. Therefore the charts has to be resized. But then the result is worse.

Therefore does exist a recommendation how to create such a chart so that I can include it into a Inside document with restrictive space?
Thanks for hints to a beginner.

Regards
Nicolas

What do you mean "included in a Inside document"? Are the charts not on a PP slide? If they are on a slide you might try getting the original image files out of Powerpoint. This can be done by opening the PP presentation and "Save as Web Page" or something like that, and in the bottom of the Save dialog, pick the option to save as .htm or .html, NOT "single file" web page (.mht). This will create a folder based on the file name you supply (test.ppt will by default create a test_files folder. Open that folder, and you will find all of the images that were placed in the presentation, at their original size, although the names will be in the form "slide001_image001.jpg". If all you want is the images, delete the rest of the junk. (By the way, this also works for Word files, and probably Excel, too.)
You should then be able to find your .JPG and open it in PS.

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Nicolas Bronke
Jan 11, 2007
I shall prepare some charts, which are created with powerpoint. This charts shall be included in a Inside document. But I have relative less space. Therefore the charts has to be resized. But then the result is worse.

Therefore does exist a recommendation how to create such a chart so that I can include it into a Inside document with restrictive space?
What do you mean "included in a Inside document"? Are the charts not on a PP
Sorry I meant InDesign from Adobe

I tried to export the powerpoint but all objects came into its ohne file.

Regards
Nicolas
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Mike Hyndman
Jan 11, 2007
"Nicolas Bronke" wrote in message
I shall prepare some charts, which are created with powerpoint. This charts shall be included in a Inside document. But I have relative less space. Therefore the charts has to be resized. But then the result is worse.

Therefore does exist a recommendation how to create such a chart so that I can include it into a Inside document with restrictive space?
What do you mean "included in a Inside document"? Are the charts not on a PP
Sorry I meant InDesign from Adobe

I tried to export the powerpoint but all objects came into its ohne file.
Regards
Nicholas,

Did you try saving the Powerpoint presentation as an html file as suggested? This will give you a folder where the presentation’s graphics are stored. You can then
search through this folder to find the JPG you require and open it in Photoshop for manipulation.

Regards
Mike H
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Nicolas Bronke
Jan 11, 2007
Did you try saving the Powerpoint presentation as an html file as suggested? This will give you a folder where the presentation’s graphics are stored. You can then
search through this folder to find the JPG you require and open it in Photoshop for manipulation.
Yes I did and also used the option "als Web-Seite" speichern. Buut perhaps I shoud group all elements first.
Regards
Nicolas
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Mike Hyndman
Jan 11, 2007
"Nicolas Bronke" wrote in message
Did you try saving the Powerpoint presentation as an html file as suggested? This will give you a folder where the presentation’s graphics are stored. You can then
search through this folder to find the JPG you require and open it in Photoshop for manipulation.
Yes I did and also used the option "als Web-Seite" speichern. Buut perhaps I shoud group all elements first.
Regards

Nicolas
"als Web-Seite" speichern, As web site store?
You gave it a name and a save location?
Is there a folder there with jpgs in it?

MH
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Nicolas Bronke
Jan 12, 2007
"als Web-Seite" speichern, As web site store?
You gave it a name and a save location?
Is there a folder there with jpgs in it?
yes, but with gifs not jpegs.
But several not only one
regards
Nicolas
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Mike Hyndman
Jan 12, 2007
"Nicolas Bronke" wrote in message
"als Web-Seite" speichern, As web site store?
You gave it a name and a save location?
Is there a folder there with jpgs in it?
yes, but with gifs not jpegs.
But several not only one
regards
Nicolas,

OK then, Gifs. Does the gif folder contain the image you want to manipulate in PS?

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