I am a Windows user, but my superior colleague is a Mac user (he has a MacBook). He has asked me to send him some images that I used in a PDF report. He would like to include these (original high-resolution) images in a presentation that he will make (almost certainly using either Keynote or PowerPoint for Mac). Since I'm very unfamiliar with Mac (embarrassingly, I have not owned a Mac computer since 1997!), what file format(s) do you think that I should send these images in?
In Windows, here are some common formats:
- JPEG for photographs
- GIF or PNG for graphics (e.g., graphical schematics, graphs, charts). Specifically, I actually originally imported PNG images into my PDF report.
- EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) for graphics (e.g., graphical schematics, graphs, charts)
Are these image formats easily compatible with Mac and easily importable into Keynote/PowerPoint? Or does Mac have something better that I should convert them to for use in Keynote/PowerPoint? I'm particularly interested in an image format that will easily and nicely store graphs and charts.