He-he-he...The blog said:If the graphic designer chooses Helvetica for a font, ask for Arial. If he chooses Arial, ask for Comic Sans. If he chooses Comic Sans, he's already half-insane, so your job's half done.
It is true. The sad thing is- even in this day and age, most people don't know sh*t about computers or digital files. I have given a few clients the boot for a lot of these things, but I'll never quit. I just go find smarter clients. I had one who I think did all 8 of those things. I basically told them where they could go after the job was done and I got my cash.That was a good read...and all of it, sad but true.
I've spent more time messing with my animations/movies/artwork to get them to work right in Powerpoint its scary. And I don't even want to get into having to use other peoples' Powerpoints....Powerpoint is pure evil. I hate it.
Open it in Illustrator. It should be editable.It goes both ways, I've had designers give me layout images for a website in PDF.