In case you still have this issue or for others and for future reference, there is a way to do this through the later versions of Microsoft Power Point.
Save your vector graphics in .svg preferably. If they were produced
using Adobe Illustrator, don't forget to outline your text
(Ctrl/Command + Shift + O), and Strokes, as well as make Compound.
Paths of the ...
Sometimes Google Drive erroneously believes that too many people have downloaded or listened to your file within a 24-hour period. Try using the DOWNLOAD icon on your file, and see if you get an error message to that effect, like so:
I just found a two-step workaround for this. This will only work for Mac users, but maybe a similar approach can work on Windows?
I exported the .enex file from Evernote, and then imported that into Bear, an Evernote competitor that only runs on macOS/iOS. Great product, but we decided to consolidate everything into Google Drive.
From Bear, I was able to ...
You can write a simple python code to extract the zip-file directly in your Google Drive from Google Colab.
Note: For this code to work, you'll need to install a module named rarfile in Colab. You can do so by the following code snippet:
pip install rarfile
Without getting into the details of how it works, go ahead and copy the code snippet below into ...
You can resize the drawing in inches- centimeters, points or pixels in the File->Page Setup menu.
I know this question is currently nine years old but Google pointed me here so I will get a current answer in here.