Re: Poor image quality when converting Word to PDF

Subject: Re: Poor image quality when converting Word to PDF
From: "Bonnie Granat" <bgranat -at- worldnet -dot- att -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2000 20:22:46 -0400

>Does anyone know how to convert the Word doc to pdf without sacrificing the
>screen capture image quality? Would appreciate help, since this needs to
get
>done by eob today.

I've recently finished a book using Edit > Paste Special (be sure to turn
Float Over Text off). Put the image on your clipboard first, of course. The
PDF is pretty good and all I used was .gif files. Btw, anyone wanting some
Word 97 tricks for list numbering and other stuff is welcome to download it
from my Web site (see my signature). It's my master's project and still a
"Final Draft". It's an internal doc for the company I work for. Most of the
tricks originated with the kind folks on this list and on the copyediting
list during the last year or so. I know one person was Beth Friedman, but I
can't recall which list she's on and I no longer read the copyediting list.
Well, you can never go wrong saying "Thank you," now can you?

The doc on my site is still being written. Why just today I re-created the
numbered list fields (AutoText and AutoCorrect) so that the list is
right-aligned instead of left-aligned. Looks much neater. (I know the doc's
not perfect, so little stuff isn't of interest, but if you find something
terribly wrong, please write to me. I'll be grateful.

Bonnie Granat
http://home.att.net/~bgranat






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