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Subject:Fuzzy images From:Kulbir -dot- Natt -at- lis -dot- co -dot- uk To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Mon, 1 Oct 2001 16:43:44 +0100
I'm having trouble with some screen shots appearing fuzzy in PDF. This is
what I'm doing:
1. Using a screencapture utility to save a dialogue window as a gif.
2. Importing the gif into Framemaker (image placed in an anchored frame) -
At this point the image appears sharp when viewed on screen and printed.
3. Using distiller to convert into PDF - here things go fuzzy..
I've tried using different formats (JPegs, Bmps...) - no luck.
Somebody suggested I need to use a vector graphics format using
Ilustrator, exporting gfx to EPS and inserting by reference -- This all
seems a bit much for a simple screen shot...but I'll have a go at this..in
the meantime are there any other solutions?
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