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Topic: SOS: All PDF images look good... Except for ONE
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 166285
From: adifrank
Date: 6/22/2008 05:47 PM

I urgently need some help.
I am making a PDF slide show with Adobe Acrobat Professional.
I have images in Photoshop which I then save as PDF using a custom preset.
I have scaled all PSD images to the same size and resolution and used the same custom preset when creating the PDF.
For some strange reason, one PDF in particular shows significant loss in image quality. It is noticeably blurry when viewed at 100%. All other images have turned out fine, the PDFs look good... except for this particular one which looks really bad.
I've tried saving the problematic image at different sizes, but after I make it a PDF, viewed at 100% it always looks fuzzy.

Does anyone have an idea what the problem could be? I need to hand in the slide show today! :-O

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