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Save your shape from Illustrator as .EMF file. Go to PowerPoint -> Insert a picture -> select your .emf file and click open. At this point it will act as a picture. You will have to right click the shape -> Group -> Ungroup. A prompt will appear asking you if you want to convert it. Click yes and after Ungroup it one more time. You will see that the ...


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I figured it out :) Ended up using Photoshop and the Contact Sheet feature: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/contact-sheet-pdf-presentation-cs6.html


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You could always use Google Picasa and create a 'picture collage'. This simply looks at any number of images in a folder - then you can create a 'grid' collage at whatever size you want. Save it as an image and then import into Powerpoint. I do this a lot and takes approx 5 minutes (once you have the images that is)


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If you do much of this, check out "Building PowerPoint Templates" by Swinford and Terberg. It's available on Amazon and from Que directly; other places as well, I imagine. It's primarily Windows-oriented but they do explain the Mac side of things somewhat. You may find that it's simpler to develop templates/themes under Windows PPT, then test them on Mac.



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