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Topic: Images that don't loose quality @ >100%
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 168334
From: vandtekor
Date: 12/29/2008 05:01 AM

Hi, I'm no expert by far in PDFs and prints etc..., but I've had to create a product brochure for my company in PDF format, and I'm having some trouble.

I created the brochure in *sigh* MS Publisher, and of course it contains among other things, the firms logo, and some autoshapes. When I export as PDF (or save as postscript and convert to PDF with distiller), the logo keeps it's quality at 100%, but becomes pixelated at anything larger, while the autoshapes do not loose quality. Ok, the logo's a bitmap and the autoshapes a vector, but how do I go about changing this?

I want to logo not to loose quality, like for example the tesco logo in this publication.

Thanks in advance for your help

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