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Topic: PDF Quality / Pixels
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 119396
From: priyamav
Date: 9/30/2004 12:44 AM

Hi,

I am a rookie in the world of PDF. I hope you can help me out. I created 4 psd files in photoshop, with a resolution of 300 pixels per inch, each file being 2250x2250 pixels (7.5x7.5). Quality is fine. I save these files in jpeg. Quality is fine. I then save these files in pdf format, and combine them in adobe acrobat 5.0. Quality sucks! What did I do wrong?

Plus, when you open the pdf file, it opens at 300% (huge), has this got to do with the pixel ratio?

The files contain text and pictures.

What can I do to keep my quality? And how can I make it so that when somebody opens the pdf it doesn't open at 300% but at a normal 100%?

Please help, I am a total newbee when it comes to pdf. Thanks!


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