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Topic: Word to PDF on Mac (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Mac Issues, Msg: 129658
From: MacAmy
Date: 3/18/2005 01:01 PM

I have a document that was created in Word 98 on an iMac OS9, with
images (mostly 300 dpi grayscale tiffs) that were linked as they were
placed in the document. After the PDF was created, the printer's
preflight report indicated that most of the images are RGB 72 dpi (a
few, however, came through RGB high resolution-- perhaps they were
embedded instead of linked?). The tech folks at the printer are stumped
as well. I used their Acrobat Distiller (5.0) Job Settings to create
the PDF. Is there anything I should do differently in creating the PDF
so that the original image resolution is retained?



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