Whenever I make Powerpoint presentations, I like to make my diagrams in Visio first, then copy them over to Powerpoint. I'm using Powerpoint 2010 and Visio 2013.
The problem with this is that the diagrams often turn out very low quality. You lose the vector data in this process, and the bitmap really isn't that high resolution. Is there any way to tweak this? If I can't paste the diagrams as vector data, then is there at least a way to have it paste at a higher resolution?
The strange thing is that I don't get this problem when I copy Visio diagrams into MS Word. The diagram gets pasted as an embedded Visio diagram, which effectively means that it gets displayed as vector graphics, and I can edit it inside the word document which is also convenient. This isn't the case for Powerpoint and I can't seem to figure out how to do that.