Add math functions to the dimension pane
In Adobe software, you can type a mathematical function in to the transformation pane, eg. 10*3 or 12/4 and the software will apply the new dimension based on your math. This would be useful in PPT because - get ready for it - it's 2021 and PowerPoint still does not use pixel dimensions, even though it is a digital graphics program and all external graphics are created and/or sourced using pixels, AND PPT assumes everything is 96ppi, even though professional graphics software defaults to 72, meaning almost all digital graphics imported into PPT are designed at 72. So you have to take your pixel-based graphics, import them into PowerPoint, and then divide them by 1.333 (or 2.666, if you're doing double size, to make sure they look crisp). Now imagine doing this for every image you import: paste - note the height - take a calculator or switch to a calculator app - do the calculation, make note of the height (or copy) - paste or type into the height box. Insane. BUT WAIT - how about you just make PPT use pixels in the first place? Math functions would still be useful but less crucial to using this godforsaken software.