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I'm having some problems creating and printing out a pdf-file.
a) When I'm converting a masterdocument from Word into pdf-format, all my
pictures appear blurred in the pdf-file. This could be caused by the fact
that most of them are in gif-format, but using another format (bmp for
example) sucks up a lot of memory. Any suggestions?
b) When I'm trying to print out my pdf-file, the first page makes the
printer go berzerk. This page is a colored page with the company logo on it.
A solution is to skip this page, print out the entire document from page 2,
and then print out page 1 seperately as image. Unfortunately, this solution
is highly unprofessional when presented to customers. Anyone?
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