When writing (e.g. techical reports) in Microsoft Word (or another text processor), I often produce figures as image files using a range of different programs. These programs can be
- matplotlib (Python)
and all sorts of other software with custom plotting tools.
One can often select font face and size in these tools. But when saving figures as image files and inserting them into a Word document, font sizes (and also thickness of lines and similar) depend on image resolution and is unrelated to the document. I am looking for some tips or solutions that will make the quality of my documents resemble TikZ figures in LaTeX. TikZ figures keep line thicknesses and font size constant when scaling.
How can I make graphs and figures that match the graphical style in my Word document?