How can I save objects in a ppt file as 300dpi with "Right-click - Save as picture?"

원혁 윤 0 Reputation points
2023-03-02T17:40:38.47+00:00

Hi, I want to save objects in my ppt file with high resolution(at least 300 dpi).

I found out that it can be achieved by editing the registry "ExportBitmapResolution" value,

and it did work for "File - Save as" or "File - Export" function.

But when I used "Right-click the object - Save as picture" function, it always save the image as 150 dpi.

But, my colleague told me that his computer saved the same image (in the same ppt file) as 330 dpi.

I also tried changing "Options - Advanced - Do not compress images in file / Default resolution" option, but it didn't work.

How can I solve it?

I was using MSO 2019 build 10395.20020 and down-graded it to build 10356.20006, but it also didn't work.

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  1. Emi Zhang-MSFT 23,906 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2023-03-03T07:59:26.13+00:00

    Hi @원혁 윤,

    I suggest you Right click the Picture- Save as- select the Save Original Picture:

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