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Topic: Touch-up Tool - Bug in Acrobat?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 82203
From: balladish
Date: 3/4/2003 05:38 AM

I am trying to edit (resize) images in PDF files by using the Touch-up Tool, selecting Edit Image, and using the newest version of Photoshop to resize the image. The problem I am getting is that even though I change the image size (with constrained proportions) in Photoshop and save it, the image size remains the same in Acrobat. What happens is that the image resolution gets downsampled. Thus, the size (W & L) of the image looks the same on the page, it's just that the image resolution is less. This seems to be a bug in Acrobat.

Has anyone experienced this? Is there a way around?


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