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Topic: Disappearing EPS files in PDF's created on an Intel Mac
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 161361
From: projekt
Date: 7/24/2007 03:55 AM

I'm hoping someone can shed some light on this issue.
When we create PDF files through InDesign CS2 on any Intel based Mac
(OS 10.4.9) we are losing any embedded EPS files in the PDF file. They
show up as just a gray box with the EPS being dropped altogether. It's only
this exact scenario that is causing the problem. If we use Non Intel Mac
G5's running OS 10.49 the EPS file comes through fine, same if we use
InDesign CS or InDesign CS3, there are no problems, just if CS2 is used on
an Intel Mac.
Is this a known issue with CS2? Distiller version is 7.05.

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