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Topic: Open As Adobe PDF - Resolution
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 80521
From: Taffy
Date: 1/30/2003 12:32 PM

I have written an app that through automation opens tif files as PDFs using the "Open As Adobe PDF" functionality. I then perform a Paper Capture on the resulting pages. Unfortunately I have just found that in some cases the resulting PDF is not of a resolution that Paper Capture will operate on. If I print the same tif to the PDFWriter I can manipulate the resolution and the resulting PDF will capture. Is there any way that I can alter the resolution the the "Open As Adobe PDF" functionality uses?

My only alternative is going to be using a TIFF library to "print" to PDF where I have control over the resulting PDF resolution.


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