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Topic: Acrobat 6 pro and image pasting question
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 120208
From: Aragorn
Date: 10/14/2004 03:45 AM

Hello, sorry if this question has been answered elsewhere, but I've been beating on this for a few weeks now.
I'm trying to paste an image onto a pdf using acrobat 6 pro. Everytime I try to paste, the pdf seems to add a white square background to an image that is not square at all. When I go to the properties of the image, I cannot change anything about the background, Ideally I'd like to make it transparent. If the image is a circle and just a circle, the minute I import into acrobat, it keeps the circle of course, but seems to put a white square as a background for lack of proper terminology. I can't crop because crop only allows me to do rectangular or square. Does anyone have any suggestions please? Do you need more info?

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