Linux – On Linux, how to export .svg files into a vector format readable by Powerpoint

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I am working on a Linux computer, and have a bunch of .svg files. I have to give them to a client who will insert them into a Powerpoint presentation (the client is working on a Windows machine). I am supposed to deliver the files ready for the insertion; the format conversion has to happen on my machine. The files have to stay in a vector format, because the graphics to be freely resizeable within the Powerpoint presentation.

I thought that I could export them as EMF. I found multiple sources stating that Inkscape can export EMF, only to learn that it is an Windows-only feature.

Is there a way, through EMF or something else, to get my .svg files converted to a Powerpoint-readable vector format?

Best Answer

You could try converting SVG to EMF with Google Code's Java svg2emf.

converts SVG(Scalable Vector Graphics) files to EMF(Enhanced Meta File) files using batik and FreeHEP VectorGraphics library