Re: Don't you love farce?
The people at the Kinko's here had no idea what Frame is. They have a
proprietary format housed in software they requested I use to convert my doc
to their version of a PDF. They then print from that file.
A couple of points:
- Ask if Kinko's can use a postscript file instead.
- Kinko's isn't exactly a high-end shop. Perhaps someone is converting your files who only knows the basics of creating a .pdf, and doesn't know how to tweak them. At a slightly more upscale shop, you're more likely to be working with a more knowledgable person. You may pay a little more, but the reduced hassles may make that worthwhile.
Neither of these suggestions, of course, answers your long-term need to improve .pdf creation, but they might fix your immediate problem.
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RE: Don't you love farce?: From: Ellen Vanrenen
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