I am working on a Linux computer, and have a bunch of .svg files. I have to give them to a client who will insert them into a Powerpoint presentation (the client is working on a Windows machine). I am supposed to deliver the files ready for the insertion; the format conversion has to happen on my machine. The files have to stay in a vector format, because the graphics to be freely resizeable within the Powerpoint presentation.
I thought that I could export them as EMF. I found multiple sources stating that Inkscape can export EMF, only to learn that it is an Windows-only feature.
Is there a way, through EMF or something else, to get my .svg files converted to a Powerpoint-readable vector format?