I have a question on the procedure for creating high resolution microsoft powerpoint 2007 figures. I followed the instructions per microsoft ID article <cite>827745</cite> to achieve a resolution on the microsoft powerpoint figure of 300 dpi (by adding
the appropriate registry settings per this article). I saved the powerpoint file under this new setting. Then, I opened the file using Adobe Acrobat Pro X to perform the appropriate cropping of the figure and then saved the file in TIFF format. This
is the procedure recommended by the online journal to which the article containing this figure will be submitted.
I compared the TIFF file which was created using the 300 dpi setting in powerpoint -- with a TIFF file which I earlier created using the same procedure except for a powerpoint standard resolution setting of 96 dpi. I did not see any difference in the
resolution of the two TIFF files, contrary to my expectation of achieving a higher resolution with the microsoft powerpoint resolution setting of 300 dpi.
Does anyone have a suggestion on how I can proceed to generate higher resolution figures for my article submission? Thanks.
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