Origin graphe and animation


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Guest

Hi
I am using Powerpoint 2003 and Origin 7.5.
I copy origin graphes to powerpoint by "Edit" and "Copy page", then I paste
in Powerpoint.
The resolution is nice but when I set an animation to the origin graphe, its
resolution gets bad.
How can I keep the first and good resolution?
Thank you,
 
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Glen Millar

Hi,

I know nothing about origin, but...

When you paste in PowerPoint, could you try paste Special and try a
different image type? Maybe a vector format like wmf, of a bitmap like png.
Does that help?

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Regards,

Glen Millar
Microsoft PPT MVP

Tutorials and PowerPoint animations at
www.pptworkbench.com

glen at pptworkbench dot com

Please tell us your PowerPoint / Windows version,
whether you are using vba, or
anything else relevant
 
G

Guest

Hi,

Thank you for your answer.
I tried the different possibilities of Paste Special: "Origin graph object",
"Windows Metafile" and Enhanced Metafile".
For all of them, the resolution is good but gets bad when I custom an
animation.
Moreover, I would prefer keeping the graph as an "Origin graph object"
because by double clicking inside Powerpoint, Origin file is opened and I can
modify the graph.

Regards,

Stephane
 
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Glen Millar

Hi,

If you want to keep it as origin, then it's an OLE issue. PowerPoitn seems
to be having problems drawing the object in sldieshow mode. You could try
updating graphic drivers.

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Regards,

Glen Millar
Microsoft PPT MVP
www.powerpointworkbench.com

Australia

glen at powerpointworkbench dot com

Please tell us your PowerPoint / Windows version,
whether you are using vba, whether
your cows are in the corn paddock, or
anything else relevant.
 

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