I just wanted to know if there was any way to export a demo from Adobe XD to powerpoint. I already know you can publish it online but I need this for a class presentation. I don't know if Adobe considered this when launching the program. Is there any way to get what I do in XD to Powerpoint
You can export the XD artboards as multiple PDF files, and drag those onto Powerpoint slides, to at least get a slideshow going.
I thought of another idea too, if you want to show an interactive demo inside Powerpoint, and you are on Mac. You can click the play button to try your prototype, and that window there is a record button, to record your demo as an MP4 file. That then can be dragged into one slide in Powerpoint.
I'm surprised this is not a response from a developer, if you want to do something in Adobe XD then go and do it in other programs and other places. Want XD on your iPad? go to Figma, if you want to give Wiles to customers, go to Figma, if you want to have no problems, go somewhere but not to Adobe XD which has proven itself to be a tool that no one (I know only 4 people who work in it so far) for everyone else, just like in the answers in this forum are better to use for most tasks than others but not adobe. thanks adobe