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Topic: Postscript 1, 2, 3?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 40827
From: chess
Date: 5/22/2002 11:01 PM

All,

I posted this question under another one of my threads, and I didnít get any response specifically to this question; therefore, I am reposting it as a new topic. I have a PDF file that has graphics (Grayscale JPG). I can print the PDF file if I change the printing option to postscript 1 within Acrobat 4.0. I am a layman to postscript. I was wondering what is the default setting for Acrobat 4.0? My system was set to postscript 2, but this might have been changed by me previously. Is there anything I can do within my PDF file to make it compatible with Acrobat without any user interaction; meaning, I donít want the user to have to worry about postscript 1, 2, or 3. If these are simple questions, I apologize in advance.

Regards,

Clinton

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