Those of you who are familiar with PowerPoint know that it can support and allow for the creation of some amazing graphical content. The only draw back is that you don’t have complete control over every aspect of the graphic as compared to software programs such as Adobe Illustrator. Another thing that can be drastically different from PowerPoint to Illustrator is the creation process. Illustrator is very robust and dynamic at the same time, and PowerPoint has a very simplistic, easy-to-use creation process. So moving between the two can be very difficult. Luckily, you don’t have to! Illustrator files can be exported out and then imported into PowerPoint, giving you the ability to create enhanced custom graphics. Which means these objects and graphics can be changed (ex: the outline, fill color, object color, shape, size and etc). The process on a PC is a little different to the process on a Mac, so I will take you through both.