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Topic: CMYG problem with Adobe...
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 74603
From: ask
Date: 10/21/2002 01:28 AM

Hi NG

I have a lot of problems when converting pdf documents to plain jpg's. Many of the documents simply get wrong colours and it seems to be because of some CMYG colour setting.

One solution (hold on) is to convert the PDF to PS or EPS and then back to PDF (with Destistiller) with "screen setting". Then to tiff and jpg's.

Now I'm pretty tired of this process and wondered if it was easy to create a solution in VB or C++ that solves the problem in a smarter way.

Any ideas, guidelines or codesnipz apreaciated

Ask


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