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Topic: Color Substitution for Printing?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 124881
From: brian_batts
Date: 1/6/2005 04:01 AM

I have a set of PDFs received from a third party that were probably generated from AutoCAD. Several of the drawing images within the PDF files contain colors that are barely readable on the screen and unreadable when printed grayscale (e.g. yellow). This is an image, so changing font colors does me no good and I can't recreate the file because I don't have the original AutoCAD files. Is there simple way to change specific colors within an image inside of a PDF file or force specific colors within a PDF file to be printed as black? (One that doesn't involve expensive software or add-in software packages - this is a limited need for me).

Thank you


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