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Topic: line is not visible in my image (Via Email), 2 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 161271
From: E-jei
Date: 7/18/2007 01:56 AM

Hi! I have this problem with my image. It is created in Photoshop 7. When I created a PDF file from it, and opened it in Acrobat 6, the border line at the bottom is not visible in some zoom percentage, like 76%, and thinner than the other line in some views. Attached is my image and the PDF file produced. I know that this is a viewing problem, but I need an explanation behind this. Thanks in advance!!!

Click to open!output PDF.pdf
PDF created from my image (177,951 bytes)

Click to open!sample image.eps
sample image (7,909,700 bytes)


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