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Topic: Photos good in Word, not in PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 153880
From: spinning
Date: 9/3/2006 01:48 PM

My jpg pictures look fine when added to my Word doc. There are no jagged edges. When I convert to Acrobat Professional 7.0 the edges look jagged or pixelated.

I created 4 jpg images in Photoshop, then placed them together in a Word 2003 document as a collage. The resolution of each image includes 72 dpi, 96 dpi and 200 dpi. I rotated each of the rectangular background images in Word, so the vertical and horizontal edges of the rectangles became a bit diagonal. It is only those diagonal edges where the pixelation happens. I considered trying to join the images into 1 jpg file and rotating the images from the vertical in Photoshop but I had sizing problems because of the different resolutions of each image.

Any tips most appreciated!


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