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Topic: Faint lines
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 139689
From: jrico2
Date: 9/20/2005 03:34 AM

We have a number of engineering PDF documents here (originally dxf or dwg)
that were created in an inferior way resulting in very
faint lines, read by Acrobat, whether viewed on-screen, or printed out on
paper.
Yes, I know the correct answer would be to go back to the author and have
them convert the docs correctly, but nevertheless:
Is there any way to re-process or reprint these documents in Acrobat to make
the lines appear darker ? We are willing to do almost
anything. I tried a wide variety of experiments with the sample documents in
Acrobat trying to get them to display or print
darker, and was unsuccessful.

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