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Topic: Colored Blocks instead of Pictures
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 168873
From: Dungeonkeeper
Date: 2/13/2009 10:08 AM


There is one issue which popped up out of nowhere:

We are using the program "Mention", which is a Businessoftware to write bills and so on.

Now with that program you can print PDF documents with Adobe Acrobat 7 PDF Writer and send them automatically to Outlook (which generates an Email with that PDF). We are using something like a companybanner in that PDF.

But instead of the Banner there is a huge coloured field.

Saving it locally serves the same problem.

I tweaked the last 2 days trying to get that working, but all i get is a slight change in colour, other PDF Writers with Ghostscript won't work with Mention, please don't ask me why.

Thanks in advance, have a nice day!


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