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Topic: Elongated .jpgs
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 153375
From: msculp
Date: 8/16/2006 07:48 AM

Daily, I have to convert graphics in Word to .jpgs. I do this by printing the .doc to .pdf, then saving the .pdf to .jpg. Since our computer upgrade to Word 2003, I have had a problem getting the .jpg formatted correctly. About 80% of the time the graphic ends up out of proportion (i.e. instead of being the original 5x3 it ends up 7x3). It looks fine in .pdf, but no matter which format I try to send it to (.bmp, .tiff, .png), I get an elongated version of the original. Any idea on how to prevent this from happening?


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