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Subject:Printing graphics from PDF From:Liz Roth <liz -at- DMSINET -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 29 May 1998 11:55:38 -0500
I have been reading the replies to Dave Chisma's pdf dilemmas. I thought I
would share my recent pdf nightmare.
The graphics in my pdf file were totally unreadable when printed. After 2
days of trying every resolution setting and graphic file type imaginable, we
determined that I had the wrong version of Acrobat Reader on my machine.
Acrobat Reader 3.01 does not print low resolution graphics well. Once I
replaced it with Acrobat 3.0, my documents look great.
Hope this saves someone else from the same headache.