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Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 124039
From: brassabeck
Date: 12/17/2004 06:32 AM

Just recently I have started getting white lines on a couple of the
ads in my pdf. I'm exporting pdfs from quark using acrobat
distiller. The ads are originally set in multi-ad 7 Pro. The last edition
I actually rasterized the PDF of the ad before calling it in to quark
and had the lines appear. The funny thing is I can't see it in my pdf
and its not there when it prints but shows up when I send it to film.
And every time i pdf it the lines move. Any suggestion on how to fix,
I'd appreciate it. -Brass


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