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Topic: photoshop files & pdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 139870
From: Natalie
Date: 9/22/2005 10:42 AM

Hi, i have exported several pages created in Indesign CS as a pdf at 72 dpi because it will be put on the web. All the images are black and white.
I dont understand why the imported 'photoshop' files go all weird, The images appear in a yellow box and the image itself turns blue after it has been exported as a pdf?? This only happens with the photoshop files and not the other tif files.
Also i found this doesnt happen when i save the pdf at a high res for print, the photoshop files are fine and print out perfectly - it seems to only occur at low res?
many thanks for your help in advance :>

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