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Topic: viewing in acrobat 4 vs acrobat 5
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 35083
From: polites
Date: 2/20/2002 12:12 PM

Guys can you help me regarding this mattter?

I got a question the pdf I produced after I distilled it in Acrobat 4. I include a pdf which has a greyscale figure, the figure is okay (meaningly it does not have any errors ever dpi is concern). So heres the catch, when i open this pdf in acrobat 4 it has a line between the figure but when ni view it in acrobat 5 it does not have this line. but when both files are printed in a 600 dpi laser printer it does not show any line. What do you think cause this line in acrobat4?


if you want my sample please mail me back.

thanks

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