Anti aliasing in power point 2013

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  1. dosh

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    I have a problem when displaying some graphs in power point. I made the graphs in Origin (R) and tried exporting them in many formats (JPEG, PNG, TIFF, PDF) and the end result is always the same:
    At the beginning everything is ok and when save the file the image looses the anti-alising and becomes "bad" (see image)
    This of course is carried on to the presentation mode.
    Any idea why this is happening? I tried to find a cause but everywhere I read says that this version of power point should have do anti aliasing to every image (at least in presentation mode)

    My best guess is that the program is saving the image in some format to save memory and cannot recover the original resolution (which in some cases is infinite since I can save it in vector files)
     

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