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::: I'm curious: why PDF and not PostScript? Doesn't Acrobat
::: compress images
::: using JPG when it creates a PDF file?
Only if you tell it to. Poke around in the Job Options... There's a lot of
stuff there that most people never think to check out, and thus miss the
boat on the power and versatility of PDF (newbies and usability experts
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