I'm looking for a new process to insert vector graphics into Google Slides.
Before Google cut the support (in early 2023) for the connections between Google Drive, Google Slides and Google Draw, I could create vector graphics (in Adobe Illustrator), convert those graphics using CloudConvert into EMF or WMF, download them directly to Google Drive and open them in Google Draw. This allowed me to copy/paste the editable graphics from Draw into Slides (and have the graphic be editable in Slides).
This process is no longer viable. Does anyone yet have a workaround? The image compression in Google slides is TERRIBLE.
(the process I discuss above, and have been utilizing until just recently is indicated in this StackExchange post: How can I import a vector drawing into Google Slides?)
:). I really don't use Google-anything other than search.