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Topic: Illustrator/Distiller, 3 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 118580
From: boghinacrisitan
Date: 9/13/2004 08:53 PM

Hello! I have this .ps file ("file.ps") that Illustrator 10, open and it looks good. But if I open this file with Adobe Distiller 5.0, it generate a error ("file.log"). If I save this file from Illustrator 10, as .pdf file (file.pdf"), Acrobat Reader 6.0 open it but is not the same with the original 'file.pdf', is worst.
Way all this things are happening? Can I 'say' that the .ps file is not correct or corrupted?
Thanks!

Click to open!file.log
log file from Distiller (192 bytes)

Click to open!file.ps
original .ps file (983,044 bytes)

Click to open!file.pdf
.pdf file (1,259,053 bytes)


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