Microsoft now allows you to save a slide as SVG in PowerPoint

Microsoft today released new Office for Windows Desktop build Version 1908 (Build 12026.20108) for Monthly Channel Insiders. This build comes with two new features, one is for Word and another is for PowerPoint.

In PowerPoint, Microsoft now allows you to save objects such as charts, shapes, or illustrations, as a SVG to create a sharper image. You can also save a separate slide or the whole presentation as a SVG.

In Word,  Microsoft is rolling out the Rewrite feature that offers suggestions to different and additional phrases in your content. Right click a word or a phrase and select Rewrite option to get suggestions on the Editor pane. This feature only supports English for now.

Source: Microsoft

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