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Topic: Quark 7.0 document converted to PDF is screened
Conf: (P-PDF) Mac Issues, Msg: 170184
From: phronge
Date: 5/13/2009 10:33 PM

A simple all text Mac Quark 7.0 document converted to PDF either through
"Export" or "Printing to PDF" looks solid on the screen (even enlarged to
3000%) but prints as screened copy to any of my laser printers. If I send
the file to my engraver who then makes a negative, it come back with the
comment that the file is screened at 78%. If I convert a similar Word file to
PDF, all is OK. I've poured over all of the possible Quark settings and can't
find anything that's causing this. Any ideas?


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