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Subject:Graphic display problems in PDF files From:Mark Bicking <Mbicking87 -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 9 Feb 1998 22:51:57 EST
We recently built our first PDF files from books built using FrameMaker 5.5.
It works like a charm, with one notable exception: in some cases, the screen
images are "fuzzy" and distorted. The zoom feature only makes the problem
The graphics are .tifs saved in PaintShop Pro and pasted into the FrameMaker
Anyone have ideas on what might be causing this distortion?